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Re^4: Parse a file into a hash

by kazak (Beadle)
on Apr 06, 2012 at 14:50 UTC ( #963829=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Parse a file into a hash
in thread [Resolved] Parse a file into a hash

Thanks for your reply. I don't know how to preserve initial format of the file here, so I'll replace empty cells of.csv with null.

Username; Asset Name

Corinna Mayer;JKDef4574

Janek Huska;NAdf8f48g5

Eric Shtits;JSd5345kPFl

null;A878rfgP56

null;KDLefrtgt

Erik Fisher;UiO8trve

As you can see Eric Shtits owns 3 asset names in according to this .csv file, so two fields that supposed to be keys are empty.And I need to implement a solution that will be able to detect that all three asset names belong to one person. Regards, Kazak


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Re^5: Parse a file into a hash
by mendeepak (Beadle) on Apr 07, 2012 at 05:55 UTC

    hi check if this code works or not its not tested.

    my ($key,$val,$keyprev); open(fh,'< file.txt'); while (<fh>){ $keyprev=$key; ($key,$val)=split /\;/, $_; $key=$keyprev if($key eq""); print "$key :: $val\n"; } close fh;

      Yes it helped. Thanks to everyone.

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