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I need to copy each row of a document that contains the words "make", "model", "year". I will need each row to be put into a new file.

I need to repeat for 300 files. They are located in the same folder and all copied data will be written to the same file. The documents are long but the words are guaranteed to be in the top 30 rows.

I'm still new to Perl and all the help is much appreciated. I'd rather not have to open every file and copy data manually.

Thanks!


In reply to Copy rows of file to new document by phineas629

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