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Re: Extract Data Between Lines

by LanX (Canon)
on Apr 04, 2014 at 03:19 UTC ( #1081063=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Extract Data Between Lines

maybe easier to read: :)

use Data::Dump; my $h; my @a; while(<DATA>) { if (/^object (.*)/) { $h = {}; push @a,$h; $h->{object} = $1; } $h->{$1} = $2 if /^\s+(\w+) (.*)/; } dd \@a; __DATA__ object network Microsoft.Lync.Host.3 host 138.108.25.111 description Help Desk Ticket #476739 object network Microsoft.Lync.Host.4 host 138.108.25.112 description Help Desk Ticket #476739 object network Microsoft.Lync.Host.5 host 138.108.25.113 description Help Desk Ticket #476739 object network Microsoft.Lync.Host.6

[ { description => "Help Desk Ticket #476739", host => "138.108.25.111", object => "network Microsoft.Lync.Host.3", }, { description => "Help Desk Ticket #476739", host => "138.108.25.112", object => "network Microsoft.Lync.Host.4", }, { description => "Help Desk Ticket #476739", host => "138.108.25.113", object => "network Microsoft.Lync.Host.5", }, { object => "network Microsoft.Lync.Host.6" }, ]

Cheers Rolf

( addicted to the Perl Programming Language)


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