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Hi hyans.milis,

When parsing a CSV file use tested modules like Text::CSV_XS or Text::CSV, it's a lot better than re-inventing the wheel.
However, using your method, you can achieve your aim by using non-greedy regex in your if/elsif statement blocks and putting your variables $sum2 and $sum3, in the proper place like so:

... if ( $sum > 310 ) { my $sum2 = "volemd"; #chomp($sum2); not needed $line =~ s/(.*?)\,(.*?)\,(.*?)\,(.*?)\,(.*?)\,(.*?)/$1\,$2\,$3 +\,$sum2,$5,$6/g; } elsif ( $sum == 70 ) { my $sum3 = "volemd1"; #chomp($sum3); not needed $line =~ s/(.*?)\,(.*?)\,(.*?)\,(.*?)\,(.*?)\,(.*?)/$1\,$2\,$3 +\,$sum3,$5,$6/g; } ...
That should give you your expected result:
623192729079,510993192729079,19,volemd,0,133,282051608, 623192728769,510993192728769,19,310,0,118,84950715, 623192729901,510993192729901,19,volemd1,0, 623192609007,510993192609007,19,22,0, 623416771429,510993416771429,19,volemd1,0, 622319309157,510992319309157,19,22,0, 623192724581,510993192724581,19,volemd1,0, 622319381619,510992319381619,19,volemd1,0, 622198575655,510992198575655,19,1,0, 623192724589,510993192724589,19,volemd1,0, 622743581281,510992743581281,19,71,0,
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In reply to Re: replace/substituion 4th field by 2teez
in thread replace/substituion 4th field by hyans.milis

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