There's not a lot to do to be fair, I need to remove the extension because I have files with the same name but different extensions. I'm trying to read them in and compare the different files. So I thought if I remove the extension in the array I can do something like this
#! /usr/bin/perl -w
my @files= <*.in>
for my $file (@files)
open (IN, "<", "$file.fo") || die ("cannot open $file.fo");
open (OUT,"<", "$file.bo") || die ("cannot open $file.bo");
my $in = <IN>;
my $out = <OUT>;
my @in = split /\n/, $in;
my @out = split /\n/, $out;
for $a (@in)
my @result = grep/^\Q$a\E$/, @out;
push (@final , @result);
print "Search string that matches against general data:\t@final";
I hope this makes a little more sense.
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