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Re: Perl: Extracting specific text from a .txt file and outputting into a new format

by fisher (Priest)
on Nov 18, 2010 at 10:49 UTC ( #872193=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Perl: Extracting specific text from a .txt file and outputting into a new format

How to find the system name in this log? Please explain using natural language. Does it have static position (say, the very first line)? Does it have empty line before? Maybe, there is some pattern to look for (say, system\d+-.*) ?


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Re^2: Perl: Extracting specific text from a .txt file and outputting into a new format
by fisher (Priest) on Nov 18, 2010 at 11:50 UTC
    well, so what seems to be the problem?
    #!/usr/bin/env perl # use strict; use warnings; open F, "<fff" or die "Aaaahg..."; # current system my $system; # our params here my %box; my %bin; my %bout; my %desc; while (<F>) { /^system\d+-server$/ and do {$system= $_; next}; /^HW a2b.*\(.*\)$/ and $box{$system}= $_; s/^\s*(\d+) packets input.*$/$1/ and $bin{$system}= $_; s/^\s*(\d+) packets output.*$/$1/ and $bout{$system}= $_; s/^Description: (.*)$/$1/ and $desc{$system}= $_; } foreach (keys %desc) { print "System: ". $_; print "Box: ". $box{$_}; print "ByteIn: ". $bin{$_}; print "Byteout: ". $bout{$_}; print "Description: ". $desc{$_}; }

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