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How to compare the data of two files (.xml and .html) using perl(regex)?
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by flora
on Sep 20, 2014 at 15:32
    I tried using regex by using foreach loop for .xml files as there are many .xml files and for .html file as it is only one file I just opened, read and closed the directory. But when it comes to searching for a particular pattern in both the files, the code doesn't enter the while/if loop. Can please someone help me.
Where does perl looks for perl skripts [Answered]
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by BluePerl
on Sep 20, 2014 at 14:54
    Hi,

    I found, that perl only looks in
    * the actual directory, or
    * in the path which I provided for the script


    Is it possible to provide something like a PATH environment variable, which tells perl where to look for *.pl skripts?

    I created foo.pl for testing purposes in the directory C:\MyDir:
    print "bar\n";

    And tested here:
    C:\MyDir>perl foo.pl bar C:\MyDir>cd .. C:\>perl foo.pl Can't open perl script "foo.pl": No such file or directory C:\>perl -I C:\MyDir foo.pl Can't open perl script "foo.pl": No such file or directory C:\>set PATH=%PATH%;C:\MyDir C:\>perl foo.pl Can't open perl script "foo.pl": No such file or directory C:\>perl C:\MyDir\foo.pl bar

    As noted above, I would like to start foo.pl by
    C:\>perl foo.pl
    ------
    I carefully readed http://perldoc.perl.org/perlrun.html and found the switch -S, which includes the path environment variable for searching. So
    C:\>perl -S foo.pl
    Works
Convert arrayref to AoH
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by neilwatson
on Sep 20, 2014 at 09:31

    Greetings,

    I have a default array of hashes. I replace the defaults, if they exist, with an arrayref. Is there a more efficient way to do this?

    #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use Data::Dumper; # Defaults my @t = ( { 'label' => 'kept', 'value' => '0', }, { 'label' => 'notkept', 'value' => '0', }, { 'label' => 'repaired', 'value' => '0', }, ); # Get this from another sub my $a = [ [ 'kept', '1', ], [ 'repaired', '3' ] ]; # Overwrite defaults with arrayref for my $i ( @{ $a } ) { for my $t ( @t ) { if ( $i->[0] eq $t->{label} ) { $t->{value} = $i->[1]; } } } warn Dumper( \$a ); warn Dumper( \@t );

    Produces:

    $VAR1 = \[ [ 'kept', '1' ], [ 'repaired', '3' ] ]; $VAR1 = [ { 'value' => '1', 'label' => 'kept' }, { 'value' => '0', 'label' => 'notkept' }, { 'label' => 'repaired', 'value' => '3' } ];

    Neil Watson
    watson-wilson.ca

compare columns in all possible combination
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by Anonymous Monk
on Sep 20, 2014 at 09:21

    Hi! I am trying to compare columns in all possible combination, I have two files one with all possible combination and other with data

    file2

    1 2 3 4 1 2 3 5 1 2 4 5 1 3 4 5 2 3 4 5

    file1

    A B C D E 0 0 0 + 0 + 0 + + + 0 + + + + 0 0 + + 0 + + + + + 0 + + + + + 0 + + 0

    so far I have tried this, but it seems only first line of file2 is getting parsed to while loop

    open (BC,"file2.txt")||die("cannot open"); open (AB,"file1.txt")||die("cannot open"); @file=<BC>; chomp(@file); foreach $fl(@file) { if($fl=~/(.*?)\s+(.*?)\s+(.*?)\s+(.*)/) { $w=$1-1; $x=$2-1; $y=$3-1; $z=$4-1; } while(<AB>) { @data=split("\t",$_); chomp(@data); push(@col1,$data[$w]); push(@col2,$data[$x]); push(@col3,$data[$y]); push(@col4,$data[$z]); } } for($i=1;$i<@col1;$i++) { if(($col1[$i] eq '+') && ($col2[$i] eq '+') && ($col3[$i] eq +'+')) { $j++; } if(($col1[$i] eq '+') && ($col2[$i] eq '+') && ($col4[$i] e +q '+')) { $k++; } if(($col3[$i] eq '+') && ($col2[$i] eq '+') && ($col4[$i] eq ' ++')) { $l++; } if(($col3[$i] eq '+') && ($col2[$i] eq '+') && ($col4[$i] eq + '+')&&($col1[$i] eq '+') ) { $m++; } print $col1[0],"\t",$col2[0],"\t",$col3[0],"\t\t",$j,"\n"; print $col1[0],"\t",$col2[0],"\t",$col4[0],"\t\t",$k,"\n"; print $col4[0],"\t",$col2[0],"\t",$col3[0],"\t\t",$l,"\n"; print $col1[0],"\t",$col2[0],"\t",$col3[0],"\t",$col4[0],"\t",$m," +\n"; }

    desired output

    A B C 1 A B D 1 D B C 3 A B C D 1 A B C 1 A B E 1 E B C 3 A B C E 1 A B D 1 A B E 1 E B D 3 A B D E 1 A C D 3 A C E 2 E C D 4 A C D E 2 B C D 3 B C E 3 E C D 4 B C D E 3
    thank you
array search on mysql result
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by rups
on Sep 20, 2014 at 06:07

    I have a database which contains mobile numbers. How do I write perl script which get all of numbers into array & check new number already exist or not in that array?

    Create Table:** CREATE TABLE consumeruser ( ConsumerId int(10) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, ConsumerName varchar(45) DEFAULT NULL, ConsumerMobNo varchar(10) DEFAULT NULL, PRIMARY KEY (ConsumerId) ) ENGINE=InnoDB AUTO_INCREMENT=4494 DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1
    #!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use DBI; use warnings qw(all); use Getopt::Long; use Pod::Usage; use Text::CSV_XS; my $username = 'root'; # set your MySQL username my $password = 'xxxx'; # set your MySQL password my $database = 'app'; # set your MySQL database name my $server = 'localhost'; # set your server hostname (probabl +y localhost) my $dbh = DBI->connect("DBI:mysql:$database;host=$server", $u +sername, $password) || die "Could not connect to database: $DBI::errstr"; my $CustomerMobileNumber = 9999999; my @MobileNumbers; my $mobileNumberQuery = "select ConsumerMobNo from consumerus +er"; my $sth = $dbh->prepare($mobileNumberQuery); $sth->execute(); while(my @row = $sth->fetchrow_array()){ push @MobileNumbers, $row; if (present){ 9999999 found in array; } else{ 9999999 not found in array; } }
call_pv on CORE:: sub from XS
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by OlegG
on Sep 20, 2014 at 02:36
    I am trying to do this
    call_pv("CORE::socketpair", G_SCALAR);
    And this works excellent on perl 5.20, but fails on perl 5.14 with message "Undefined subroutine &CORE::socketpair called".

    So, is there a way to make such a thing on older perl?
flip flop operator and if statement
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by iThunder
on Sep 19, 2014 at 22:32

    Hello,

    Can someone please help that how value of p is coming out as 1 through 17.

    My understanding is p should be equal to $. (line number) and it should be printed from 3 to 19 rather 1 to 17.

    Thanks in advance!

    #!/usr/bin/perl ##use warnings; while(<>){ if($p=3..1) { print "p is $p\n"; } }

    When i run the same code on a file that has fifteen lines, it returns following

    p is 1

    p is 2

    p is 3

    p is 4

    p is 5

    p is 6

    p is 7

    p is 8

    p is 9

    p is 10

    p is 11

    p is 12

    p is 13

    p is 14

    p is 15

    p is 16

    p is 17

    Also what is difference when i have $p=3..1 vs ($p=3)..1 in if statement above

How to convert negative and positive floating points to binary and vice versa
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by thanos1983
on Sep 19, 2014 at 22:32

    Hello Monks,

    I have managed to convert positive and negative decimal numbers to binary and vice versa.

    Sample of code:

    I am trying to figure out how to convert positive and negative floating points. For example if I had a number -0.000008 how could I convert the number in binary and back to floating.

    I have read on the pack documentation that: F A Perl internal floating-point value (NV) in native format

    When I am modifying on my code the "c" to "F" I get the following error:

    So I assume I am going terribly wrong some where. What I am missing?

    Thank you in advance for your time and effort.

    Seeking for Perl wisdom...on the process of learning...not there...yet!
School assignment
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by mb92
on Sep 19, 2014 at 20:07
    Hey,

    I need to write a perl script that searches for a file from standard input and then opens the file along with line numbers to the left of every line.. Been sitting for hours but haven't got it to work. Tips?

    I managed to get it work with the help of: system("find -type f -iname '$filename' -print -exec cat -n {} +"); but that is not pure perl code.
Faster indexing an array
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by wollmers
on Sep 19, 2014 at 16:48

    Dear monks,

    as this part takes ~15% of an fast alignment algorithm, it would be nice to have a faster way.

    my $Y = [ qw( a b a) ]; my $YPos; my $index; for ( $index = 0 ; $index <= $#$Y ; $index++ ) { push ( @{ $YPos->{$Y->[$index]} }, $index ); } # now $YPos should contain my $result = { a => [ 0, 2 ], b => [ 1 ], };

    TIA (Thanks In Advance)

    Helmut Wollmersdorfer


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