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hello dear buddy,

thx qlot.
running the script - i get such data back

Maria Schmolln Maria Schmolln 2 5241 Maria Schmolln Telefonnummer: 07743/2209-12 FAX-Nummer: 07743/2209-17 E-Mail: pfarre.mariaschmolln@dioezese-linz.ats Mattighofen R�merstra�e 12 5230 Mattighofen Telefonnummer: 07742/2273 0676/87765221 FAX-Nummer: 07742/2273-22 E-Mail: propsteipfarre.mattighofen@dioezese-linz.atb Mauerkirchen Pfarrhofstra�e 4 5270 Mauerkirchen Telefonnummer: 07724/2262

it does count up - that is great!!

what i want is to force the script to run from 00000 to 10000 - the results should be stored in a csv formatted way...

therfore i did the changes: changed the $max_page_num to the max number and change $page to the starting number. this will only print the data to stdout (console)

now i am trying to modify it... :-) well i have to put it to the CSV-values. usually this can be done with use Text::CSV_XS (where the Class::CSV is based on) a friend also suggested me using Text::CSV which will load up Text::CSV_XS or, Well at the moment all the results will only print the data to stdout (console) im sure that i can modify it... :-) i just installed the Text::CSV_XS took it from here:
now i try to figure out which attributes i do use

what do you suggest!?

In reply to Re^2: can perl-data-dumper-concise replace data-dumper!? by Perlbeginner1
in thread can perl-data-dumper-concise replace data-dumper!? by Perlbeginner1

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    [Corion]: Hmm. I think overnight I decided on simplifying some code. I have plugin classes that do data import (.csv, .yml, .json) and for that create objects on which then ->load() is called. But YAML::XS doesn't have an object, so I wrote my own wrapper.
    [Corion]: This evening, I'll kill that wrapper again, and just call LoadFile() in the plugin class directly instead of creating a go-between object for no real gain.

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