i have a file that contains each line smthg like this
4829:71370 1:N:0:CGATGT + chr6 126912761 GAAGGCATAGCCCGTTGGGCTGTGGTCATCAGCCTC CCCFFFFFHGHHHJHIJJJHIJIGHCGIIJJJJIJI 0 4829:71370 2:N:0:CGATGT + chr7 89349071 AGCCCTGCCCCCACCCCCCATTCTTCTTGACTGTCT C@@FFFFFHHHGHJ
now i have used the following code to match 3rd and 11nth fields.
print "\n Enter the file name :>";
chomp( my $filename1 = <STDIN> );
open my $fh, '<', $filename1 or die "Cannot find the file $filename1:
push (@line, $_);
open my $w, '>', 'Result.txt' or die "Cannot open the file Result.txt:
for ($i = 0; $i < $count; $i++)
@st = split ("\t", $line [$i]);
if ($st ne $st )
print $w $line [$i];
but howevr although its a tabdelimited file it gives me wrong output
i mean it also prints which have identical fields in 3rd and 11nth positions
is there any way to get rid of such error
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