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".. yet I am now sitting with a -1 reputation for asking a question."

No need to worry about a reputation of -1 for just one thread/question.

But if you didn't have that worsed node of the day (N.B.: you didn't yet...) once you won't become a real monk ;-)

Here is a link about how great this site is and how it works: Moo and Spreadsheet::ParseExcel. I really needed this. Just take a look at the timestamps.

So stay cool, browse through the nodes, respect the simple rules and enjoy.

And i think that everybody here knows how boring it is if you are under pressure and need a solution and you can't figure it out.

I hope this helps and my best regards, Karl

«The Crux of the Biscuit is the Apostrophe»


In reply to Re^5: Seaching for text in string and comparing to xml, if not found print text by karlgoethebier
in thread Seaching for text in string and comparing to xml, if not found print text by helpneeded

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