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If it's an extension of yesterday's problem, post the code that you're currently using so that we can help in extending it.

Otherwise it just looks like you're making zero progress on your own, and hoping someone will do free work for you.


In reply to Re^3: Split file using perl and regexp by davido
in thread Split file using perl and regexp by brad_nov

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