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Not sure if I understand what you want to do. But here is my try. < path.csv
use strict; use warnings; my %h; while (<>) { my ( $k, @ips ) = split /\s+/; $k =~ s/(_.*)$//; $h{$k}{$_}++ for @ips; } for my $srv ( sort keys %h ) { for ( sort keys %{ $h{$srv} } ) { printf( "%10s %15s %6s\n", $srv, $_, $h{$srv}{$_} ); } }
__OUTPUT__ 11BT801 1 11BT801 2 11BT801 1 11BT801 1 11BT801 2 11BT801 1 11BT801 2 12GT601 1 12GT601 2 12GT601 1 12GT601 1 12GT601 1 12GT601 2 12GT601 1 12GT601 2

In reply to Re: Tally up the number of times each IP shows up in the file and load into HASH by borisz
in thread count the number of IP shows up in the file by sgowrish

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