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Thanks Rhose. This has it started.

I did some mods to the code for my environment, and not being fluent yet in HoHs, or any more advanced data structures, I'm going to throw back my mods and plea for aid. I've looked at the perldsc, but I'm still a bit fuzzy. Heading in the right direction, but need a bit more of a push. Here the code:

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; my $line; my $Error; my $Data; my $File = "L:\\cybor\\20040831.log"; open FILE, $File || die "Can't open log file: $!"; while(<FILE>) { # chomp; #@_=split(','); foreach $line (<FILE>) { @_=split(','); $Data->{$_[1]}->{$_[3]}++; } } foreach my $User (sort keys %{$Data}) { print 'User: ',$User,"\n"; foreach my $Error (sort keys %{$Data->{$User}}) { print ' [',$Error,'] happened ',$Data->{$User}->{$Error},' time(s +)',"\n"; } }

Here's the output from cygwin:

User: wfmccahi [P - Password Reset ] happened 172 time(s +)

So, it's not counting quite right. The phrase "P - Password Reset" only occurs four times in the file in question. Any suggestions?

Thanks, monger

Monger +++++++++++++++++++++++++ Munging Perl on the side

In reply to Re^2: Counting In a Log File from Multiple Variables by monger
in thread Counting In a Log File from Multiple Variables by monger

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