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Separating the useful from the non-useful. I reply to the first part of your post separately.

Should I delete my post and post it to the other post?

No. But had you aimed more carefully, you might be righting the wrong you perceived, byt discussing it with the guy that perpetrated it, rather than having this (pointless part of this) discussion with me.

The OP was vague and didn't concisely explain anything, ...

So, to correct wrong of bad information -- that someone else posted -- you supplied some equally bad information, in reply to me?

Let's call this part of the discussion a misunderstanding and close it.


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    [ovedpo15]: Im not allowed to use additional modules, so I can't use it. looking for a simple regex to do this task though..
    [Corion]: Ah, so this is homework? Then most likely, you should review your course material closer. It would greatly surprise me if the course material wouldn't mention the topics that will be used in the homework...
    [Corion]: I already showed you the simple regex to match the last part of a string without a comma in it
    [Tux]: Corion++ hippo++
    [ovedpo15]: it isn't homework. its a module I use at work. The process to add additional module isn't worth it. p.s never heard a university course which teach perl
    [marto]: there are many, to this day.
    [ovedpo15]: @Corion Yes I use the regex you showed me. its very good regex. although now i need to know that substring unit that comma
    marto mad corrections to one around 18 months ago
    [ovedpo15]: my code checks the value after that comma, if it isn't valid it will remove it. so I would like to remove the substring after that comma meaning getting the string before comma.
    [hippo]: Are you sure that Text::CSV_XS isn't already installed at your work? It's such a useful module that it might well be there.

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