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open(FH,"+>toc1.ncx"); $OH1 = select(FH); open (FILE,'b.txt') or die "$!"; while (<FILE>) { if (m/^(ISBN Number|book title|Cover|Half|Title|Copyright|Content|P +reface):(.*)/) { push(@arr,$2); } } #print @arr; my $i=0; print '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>'."\n"; print '<!DOCTYPE ncx PUBLIC "-//NISO//DTD ncx 2005-1//EN" "http://">'."\n"; print '<ncx version="2005-1" xml:lang="en" xmlns="http://www.daisy">'."\n"; print '<head>'."\n"; print '<meta name="dtb:uid" content='."$arr[$i++]".'/>'."\n";#ispn + no print '<meta name="dtb:depth" content=""/>'."\n"; print '<meta name="dtb:totalPageCount" content=""/>'."\n"; print '<meta name="dtb:maxPageNumber" content=""/>'."\n"; print '</head>'."\n"; print '<docTitle>'."$arr[$i++]".'<text></text></docTitle>'."\n"; print '<navMap>'."\n"; print '<navPoint id="NavPoint-" playOrder="1"><navLabel><text>'."$a +rr[$i++]".'</text></navLabel><content src=".html"/></navPoint>'."\n"; print '<navPoint id="NavPoint-1" playOrder="2"><navLabel><text>'."$a +rr[$i++]".'</text></navLabel><content src="Cover.html"/></navPoint>'. +"\n"; print '<navPoint id="NavPoint-2" playOrder="3"><navLabel><text>'."$a +rr[$i++]".'</text></navLabel><content src="Title.html"/></navPoint>'. +"\n"; print '<navPoint id="NavPoint-3" playOrder="4"><navLabel><text>'."$a +rr[$i++]".'</text></navLabel><content src="Fm-part.html"/></navPoint> +'."\n"; print '</navMap>'."\n"; print '</ncx>'."\n"; close FILE; select($OH1); close(FH);

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