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use strict; use warnings; use Data::Dumper; my %hash; my @names; while(<DATA>) { my ($Groupname,@Data) = split(/\s+/,$_); foreach(@Data) { my ($name,$count) = split(/\|/,$_); unless ( grep( /^$name$/, @names ) ) { push(@names,$name); } $hash{$Groupname}->{$name}++; } } &Format(\%hash,\@names); sub Format { my ($hash_ref,$name_ref) = @_; my @Names = sort @$name_ref; my @Group_names = keys %{$hash_ref}; my $filename = "test.txt"; #Give File Path open my $fh, '>>', $filename or die "Can't write to '$filename +': $!\n"; print $fh "\t@Names\n"; foreach my $g_name (@Group_names) { print $fh "$g_name\t"; foreach my $name(@Names) { unless (exists $hash_ref->{$g_name}->{$name}) { print $fh qq{0\t}; } else { print $fh $hash_ref->{$g_name}->{$name}.qq{\t}; } } print OUT qq{\n}; } } __DATA__ Group1: somo|112345478 somo|734567233 homo|233689876 Group2: somo|904686712 somo|891145662 somo|106736432 Group3: aomo|397634567 aomo|123446789 Group4: aomo|905672345 aomo|120846789

Use open() function to open the input file and read each line using while loop, instead of using <DATA>

Update:

Updated the file open() safer method, as per Arunbear advise! Thanks Arunbear ++


In reply to Re: Need help in file processing by vinoth.ree
in thread Need help in file processing by utpalmtbi

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