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Re: regex pattern match problem

by newbio (Beadle)
on Aug 06, 2009 at 15:16 UTC ( #786467=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to regex pattern match problem

Thanks a lot dear Monks for your replies. But, still no clue on how to get output 2,3 and 4 yet? Please guide.

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Re^2: regex pattern match problem
by Polyglot (Pilgrim) on Aug 10, 2009 at 05:34 UTC
    Basically, you might consider something like this:
    our $line='Your chemical info here...'; #BASICALLY, MAKE THE SUB DO WHATEVER YOU NEED #THEN PUT THE SUB IN THE REPLACEMENT SIDE OF #THE REGEX. my $ProcessMultiLine = sub { #START OF SUB my $templine = $line; my $temppart = ''; my $returnval = ''; while ($templine =~s/( YourMatchingRegexHere )//) { $temppart = $1; $temppart =~ s/ YourSubsMatch / YourSubsReplace /; $returnval .= $temppart; } #END WHILE return $returnval; } #END SUB $line =~ s/ MatchTheString / $ProcessMultiLine -> () /e;



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