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I am unsure what you mean about changing the data. While i am not quite clear on that, i do understand you want to save each array of numbers seperatly. To accomplish this, i used an Array of Arrays. The code is listed below (it is untested) :

#!/usr/bin/perl my $string; { $/ = undef; $string = <DATA>; } my @collection; while ($string =~ m!\[\s*([^]]+)\]!g) { my @nums = split(/\s+/,$1); print "Array : ",join(',',@nums),"\n"; push(@collection,\@nums); } ## Now, i have an array or arrays, like : # # @collection = ( # [1,1,1,...], # [4,4,4,...], # [123,123,123,123,...], # [-1,1,1,1,1,...], # ) print "nloops : ",join(',',@{$collection[0]}),"\n"; print "lverts : ",join(',',@{$collection[1]}),"\n"; print "vertid : ",join(',',@{$collection[2]}),"\n"; print "params : ",join(',',@{$collection[3]}),"\n"; __DATA__ [1 1 1 1 1 1 ][4 4 4 4 4 4] [ 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 ] "P" [ -1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 ]

I do not understand what you wrote about changing the data, but from what i posted i think you should be able to work out the seperate array issue which should put you well on your way.


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