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For output, that would be similar to input

my $csv_o = Text::CSV_XS->new ({ binary => 1, sep_char => "\t", auto_d +iag => 1, eol => $/ }); open my $fhv, ">", $file_to_parse_valid or error ("Cannot open file +for write: $!"); open my $fhi, ">", $file_to_parse_invalid or error ("Cannot open file +for write: $!"); while () { if ("valid") { $csv_o->print ($fhv, [ $chu, $dev, $development_name, $bldg_no, $bldg_name, $unit +_id, $proj, $proj_name, $bdsz, $st_no, $street_name, $apt_no, $p_code, + $un_st, $mkt, $max_rent, $fut_movein, $p, $last_move_in, $last_move_out, + $pgm, $clt_no, $mgr_cd, $manager, $unit_status_dt, $cont_occ_dt, $pending +_move_out_dt, $unit_status_desc ]); } else { $csv_o->print ($fhi, [ $chu, $dev, $development_name, $bldg_no, $bldg_name, $unit +_id, $proj, $proj_name, $bdsz, $st_no, $street_name, $apt_no, $p_code, + $un_st, $mkt, $max_rent, $fut_movein, $p, $last_move_in, $last_move_out, + $pgm, $clt_no, $mgr_cd, $manager, $unit_status_dt, $cont_occ_dt, $pending +_move_out_dt, $unit_status_desc ]); }

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

In reply to Re^3: Data validation and blank spaces in tab formatted csv file by Tux
in thread Data validation and blank spaces in tab formatted csv file by Ma

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