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Can I ask you for little more help? The program helped me so much. Thanks for that. Now I need to modify it a bit more. I tried myself but got stuck at one point. Can u help me out?

so now I don't want to print the line containing ligand name , rather now i want to count no of lines and want to count amongst those lines, the lines containing H as a 1st character of each row. I successfully counted the lines by using following code

# changed the code from line 10 of above written code while (my $line= <FILE> { $ count=0; if $line=~/$ligand/; { $count++;} } Print"total no of interaction are $count"; }close (FILE); }

this counts only no of lines. Now, I want while the program is reading code line by line it should check the first character and if it is H the it should count that line and put the count in another variable say count2 or something.

 Please help 

In reply to Re^4: reading and working with grow.out files by rmgzsm9
in thread reading and working with grow.out files by rmgzsm9

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