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Re: Search between two words in a file

by matija (Priest)
on Jun 14, 2004 at 10:32 UTC ( #366481=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Search between two words in a file

One way would be to read each paragraph into a single variable (either by setting $/ or by appending line to the variable until you get to the end of the paragraph), then simply match using something like $paragraph=~/FROM(something wild)WHERE/;


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Re^2: Search between two words in a file
by Anonymous Monk on Jun 14, 2004 at 11:49 UTC
    Can u just send me the script as i am totally new to perl scripting and i have been assigned this task to do.
      Can "u" just send us your next paycheck?

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Re^2: Search between two words in a file
by Happy-the-monk (Monsignor) on Jun 14, 2004 at 11:58 UTC

    To the Original Poster:
    The manuals   perldoc perlrequick   and   perldoc perlre   describe it quite well.

    You will understand matija's solution after a quick glance into one of them and be able to use it.

    $paragraph =~ m/FROM(.*?)WHERE/; # now everything in between is in   $1
    my $inbetween = $1;

    If that still doesn't make much sense, everything else can be found in   perldoc perlintro.

    Cheers, Sören

Re^2: Search between two words in a file
by Anonymous Monk on Jun 15, 2004 at 05:51 UTC
    can you give me the command used for appending line to a variable until end of line. and after matching the data using "$paragraph=~/FROM(something wild)WHERE/;", how can I print that variable?

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