Hi: clueless newbie
Thank you for your reply. This method interested me because I wanted to learn SQL as well; not to mention the slick short code to produce the product. I still cannot get this code to work even after the changes you suggested. Right now I am going to focus on straight PERL or PERL with the addition of Text::CSV or Text::CSV_XS.
I want to thank you as well for having a keen eye for anomalies in file names and variables. Keep up the good work. Sometimes a simple slip in names like this code causes the code to fail with little message as to the reason for the fail.
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