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##################Setting category########################## if ($release_name =~ m/(Lz0|PLATO)/i) { print "[INFO] Category : Apps\n"; $category = "Apps"; #do smth } if ($release_name =~ m/(SKIDROW|POSTMORTEM|RELOADED|THETA|TiNYiSO| +HI2U|TE|FLT|PROPHET|Unleashed|OUTLAWS|ALiAS|JAGUAR)/i) { print "[INFO] Category : Games\n"; $category = "Games"; #do smth } if ($release_name =~ m/(DVDRip.XviD|dvdrip.xvid|TS|CAM|R5.XviD)/i) + { print "[INFO] Category : XviD\n"; $category = "XviD"; #do smth } if ($release_name =~ m/BluRay.x264/i) { print "[INFO] Category : HD x264\n"; $category = "HD x264"; #do smth } if ($release_name =~ m/DVDR/i) { print "[INFO] Category : XviD\n"; $category = "XviD"; #do smth } if ($release_name =~ m/(BRRIP.x264|BRRIP x264)/i) { print "[INFO] Category : XviD\n"; $category = "XviD"; #do smth } } if ($release_name =~ m/(BRRIP.XviD|BDRip.XviD)/i) { print "[INFO] Category : XviD\n"; $category = "XviD"; #do smth } if ($release_name =~ m/Update/i) { print "[INFO] Category : Misc\n"; $category = "MIsc"; #do smth } if ($release_name =~ m/(HDTV.XviD|HDTV.x264|PDTV.x264)/i) { print "[INFO] Category : Episodes\n"; $category = "Episodes"; #do smth }

Instead of all those IFs ,how can i make this part of code shorter ?

Also,if $release_name is(ie) "The.Avengers.2012.720p.BluRay.x264.DTS-HDChina" ,when i run the script,i get:

[INFO] Category : XviD [INFO] Category : HD x264
.

Matched xvid because of TS from DTS.I want it to match only INFO Category : HD x264

Many thanks in advance.


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