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Re: Extracting Log File data for a given date range

by Cristoforo (Deacon)
on Dec 14, 2011 at 01:19 UTC ( #943458=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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    #!/usr/bin/perl
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    use warnings;
    ...
    ABC03, 93XYZ543=_=SOMEBODY.NAME@DOMAIN.COM, HighPriority, 12-Dec-2011_
    +23.34.07, bigFatLog_12-Dec-2011_23.33.23.log
    ABC04, 92XYZ066=_=SOMEBODY.NAME@DOMAIN.COM, HighPriority, 13-Dec-2011_
    +01.00.31, bigFatLog_13-Dec-2011_00.59.29.log
    ABC05, 93XYZ184=_=SOMEBODY.NAME@DOMAIN.COM, HighPriority, 13-Dec-2011_
    +01.54.41, bigFatLog_13-Dec-2011_01.54.04.log
    

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[stevieb]: ...something I had overlooked in the extreme depths of the core functionality. After merging, then a couple of extra tweaks, I still have 100% test coverage. Yay for people who write tests!

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