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please try to condense code to the relevant parts or mark them better.

I really started counting the lines till 35 before I saw your comment.

something like:

$line = <FILE>; # <---------- 35 # this line doesn't work. don't know what's wrong here..

is easier to find.

anyway, you did it twice:

@buf = <FILE>; # you reading all lines of FILE i +nto @buf foreach $line (@buf) { # OK! (well, "my $line" would be +better) $line = <FILE>; # but now reading again a single +line !?! # which is undef after EOF

please less cargo cult programming!

Don't c&p different approaches from other snippets, better try to understand what's happening.

Cheers Rolf

In reply to Re: process a file and reading a line and passing the values to another sub function by LanX
in thread process a file and reading a line and passing the values to another sub function by Vijay81

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