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Perl Regex to take the UC Words.by Anonymous Monk
|on Mar 28, 2013 at 04:14 UTC||Need Help??|
Anonymous Monk has asked for the
wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I have a doubt on how to take the total UC words out of a line.
$string = "BROUGHTON VETERINARY GROUP. Leicestershire mixed practice seeks experienced vet to replace assistant relocating to Scotland";
Here I need to take out the "BROUGHTON VETERINARY GROUP" in a new $string_new.
$string = "GIRLING AND BOWDITCH VETERINARY SURGEONS We are looking for an experienced vet for our 5 vet mixed practice.";
Here I need to take out the "GIRLING AND BOWDITCH VETERINARY SURGEONS" in a new $string_new.
$string = "STANHOPE PARK VETERINARY HOSPITAL. Due to a pregnancy epidemic we are looking for 2 new vets, 100% small animal hospital in County Durham.";
Here I need to take out the "STANHOPE PARK VETERINARY HOSPITAL" in a new $string_new.
Dear Monks Is it possible using a regex? Kindly help!
Thanks in advance.