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use strict; use warnings; my @content = <DATA>; @content = grep!/^\;/, @content; print @content[6..$#content]; __DATA__ <h3>Warning</h3><blockquote><FONT SIZE=+1 color=#aa0000><B> Circular contig NC_001224.1 leftmost feature 0 Q0050 le +ft neighbour Q0275 </B></FONT></blockquote><BR><HR SIZE=3> <h3>Warning</h3><blockquote><FONT SIZE=+1 color=#aa0000><B> Circular contig NC_001224.1 rightmost feature 18 Q0275 +right neighbour Q0045 </B></FONT></blockquote><BR><HR SIZE=3> >YJR152W|DAL5 TGATTTTGGATATTCATCAAAGGAAACCCTATTAATGGGTTTACCTACAGGTGCTGTTGA ATTGGTAGGTTGTCCACTTTTTGGTATTCTAGCAGTTTATGCAGCCAATAAGAAGATACC ATTTTGGAAATATAAGTTGAGTTGGGCTATTTTTGCAGCTGTCTTAGCATTGATTGCTAG CTGCATGTTAGGGTTTGCAACAAACTCCAAAAAAGCAAGACTGGCTGGTGCTTACCTGTG GTACATCTCGCCCGTCTCATTTATTTGCGTACTTTCCAATATCAGTGCGAATTCCTCGGG ATATAGTAAAAAATGGACTGTATCTTCAATAAACTTAGTAGCATATGCTGCAGCTAACTT GGCAGGACCACAAACCTTTATTGCTAAGCAGGCTCCTAAATATCATGGCGCTAAGGTCGC TATGGTCGTATGTTATGCTGTTATGATCGTGCTTCTATCTATACTGCTCATCGTCAATTT AAGGGAAAACAAGAGACGTGATAAGATAGCTGCCGAGAGAGGGTTCCCTGAAGAAACAGA GAATTTAGAGTTTTCTGATTTGACTGATTTTGAAAATCCAAATTTCAGATACACTTTATG >YKR039W|GAP1 CCTAGCTGAACAGAGATTTCTGCCAGAAATCTTTTCCTACGTTGACCGTAAGGGTAGACC ATTGGTGGGAATTGCTGTCACATCTGCATTCGGTCTTATTGCGTTTGTTGCCGCCTCCAA AAAGGAAGGTGAAGTTTTCAACTGGTTACTAGCCTTGTCTGGGTTGTCATCTCTATTCAC ATGGGGTGGTATCTGTATTTGTCACATTCGTTTCAGAAAGGCATTGGCCGCCCAAGGAAG AGGCTTGGATGAATTGTCTTTCAAGTCTCCTACCGGTGTTTGGGGTTCCTACTGGGGGTT ATTTATGGTTATTATTATGTTCATTGCCCAATTCTACGTTGCTGTATTCCCCGTGGGAGA TTCTCCAAGTGCGGAAGGTTTCTTCGAAGCTTATCTATCCTTCCCACTTGTTATGGTTAT GTACATCGGACACAAGATCTATAAGAGGAATTGGAAGCTTTTCATCCCAGCAGAAAAGAT GGACATTGATACGGGTAGAAGAGAAGTCGATTTAGATTTGTTGAAACAAGAAATTGCAGA AGAAAAGGCAATTATGGCCACAAAGCCAAGATGGTATAGAATCTGGAATTTCTGGTGTTA ;WARNING invalid query foo ;WARNING invalid query bar ;WARNING invalid query qux

Regards,
Velusamy R.


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In reply to Re: Cleaning up a text file with compact regex by Samy_rio
in thread Cleaning up a text file with compact regex by neversaint

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