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Hi Masters,

Good Morning, i am creating some records by adding some variables to it as mentioned below

$report{}[0]="DOB,Name,Empid,salary,Gross_salary,Department,Company"; $report{}[1]="Month,NET_Salary,";

I need to print these records to text file and also to a table

subroutine{ my @data; my $table; open( F, "$File" ) || die("Could not open $File"); while ( my $line = <F> ) { chomp($line); push( @data,( split /[,\n]/, $line));} close(F); $table .= "<table border=1>"; for my $i ( 0 .. $#data ) { $table .= "<tr>"; for ( @data[$i]){ $table .= "<td>$_</td>\r\n"; } $table .= "</tr>"; } $table .= "</table>"; }

When i execute this code, i am getting output as:

MessageFile MessageFile MessageFile MessageFile MessageFile

How can i read those records and print them into to text file and also to a table, any help on this, thanks in advance

I have changed the code from for ( @data$i){ for column, i am getting output in single coulmn

DOB Name Empid salary Gross_salary Department Company Month NET_Salary

Its not displaying the data in row and column


In reply to Re^3: Reading and writing data to text file and to table by learner@perl
in thread Reading and writing data to text file and to table by learner@perl

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