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Re: Re: The problem with one-liners...

by petral (Curate)
on Feb 03, 2003 at 23:40 UTC ( #232413=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: The problem with one-liners...
in thread The problem with one-liners...

Oh well, a little fiddling since it's such fun stuff:
# Last line of a file perl -pe '$*=$_}{$_=$*' file
->   perl -pe '$\=$_}{' file

Which leads me to a head-tail (useful eg, for finding out the range of a log file).
perl -pe '$*||=$_; $\=$_}{$_=$*' file
and (not stopping while he's ahead) . . .
# Exit after first match perl -ne 'print; last if /foo/' file
->   perl -pe '/foo/...last' file

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[Corion]: Hi choroba, Discipulus!
[Corion]: Yesterday I've been mulling over how to best generate HTTP requests from permutations of values but I haven't found a nice API for passing in the "template" of the HTTP request yet. I guess I'll have to do a SoPW for that
[Corion]: The API itself will basically be my $iter = generate_http_requ ests(method => 'GET', url => '/settings/:name', headers => ???, get_params => ['foo','bar']), but I'm not sure how to parametrize values in the headers and how to specify lists of ...
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