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Sherlock Perl
<p>Yes I perfectly understand your logic. I have two rows in the .csv file and lets say the .csv looks like this:
A1 = a B1 = b C1 = c .... etc etc
A2 = 1 B2 = 2 C2 = 3 .... etc etc.
So I want to find the value in Row 2 (A2, B2, C2,...) that corresponds to lets say value "c" in Row1. It is basically like HLOOKUP function in excel. I am not sure if I am clear enough in explaining what I want to do? </p>
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