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Re: How can I use $1 in an assigned string

by Wonko the sane (Deacon)
on May 28, 2003 at 15:28 UTC ( #261338=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How can I use $1 in an assigned string

There are more robust ways to do this, but this does what you want.

I changed your filter pattern a bit to make it more robust.

#!/usr/local/bin/perl use strict; my $filter = q{user ([^\s]+) has ([^\n\r]+)$}; my $log_string = "user bob has logged on"; $log_string =~ s/$filter/user $1 has accessed the system and is $2/; print qq{LINE: [$log_string]\n};

Outputs
:!./t2.pl LINE: [user bob has accessed the system and is logged on]
Wonko


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