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Re: Pattern Match/Trim Variables.

by fruiture (Curate)
on Feb 17, 2003 at 19:10 UTC ( #236079=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Pattern Match/Trim Variables.

"MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS.XXX" and remove ".XXX" that's it. This directly translates to perl:

s{^ ( #capture \d{2} #MM / \d{2} #DD / \d{4} #YYYY \s+ \d{2} #HH : \d{2} #MM : \d{2} #SS ) #stop capturing \. \d{3} #XXX $} {$1}x #replace by captured

Have you read perlrequick and perlre?


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Re: Re: Pattern Match/Trim Variables.
by LostS (Friar) on Feb 17, 2003 at 19:34 UTC
    OK after taking time and looking at what you said has greatly helped... I began to think about how the code works and looked at your information and it worked great. Thank you...

    Billy S.
    Slinar Hardtail - Hand of Dane
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    RallosZek.Net Admin/WebMaster

    perl -le '$cat = "cat"; if ($cat =~ /\143\x61\x74/) { print "Its a cat +!\n"; } else { print "Thats a dog\n"; }'

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