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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Can I match a range from an array?by brassmon_k (Sexton)
|on Aug 04, 2001 at 00:18 UTC||Need Help??|
That's it....THAT'S IT!!! WOOOHOOO!
Praise rchiav for his great knowledge!
It does exactly as I want it to now.
With the hash, your "if statement" and some of my code
it works! It now prints off the lines I tell it to based off the MSISDN\phone number from the appropriate/matching record block title and matches the correct "Cell ID" number\key from the hash and associates the key with it's value and prints the correct name.
I understood the regex and I understand them and I knew what you wrote. I will look at "perlre". The thing is I can write em but some of the stuff I don't know how it works. For instance you put the $ at the end of your pattern match. I knew what every part of your regex meant except the "$". I think it means match at end of line (not sure though). Then I didn't know that $1 became the variable for the numbers. I thought it was referring to the "key" in the hash so it would print off the first value of the first key in the hash.