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Should you really be dumping these details here? This looks like Address and contact details. You're also asking the same question in other places here for example.

"Well at the moment all the results will only print the data to stdout (console) im sure that i can modify it... :-)"

Uh huh?

"i just installed the Text::CSV_XS took it from here: http://search.cpan.org/~hmbrand/Text-CSV_XS-0.91/CSV_XS.pm"

We've been over this before, it's even displayed each time you post: What shortcuts can I use for linking to other information?.

So this is related to your previous posts regards scraping thousands of websites using WWW::Mechanize? As you've found out, simply installing a module isn't going to make the code you need to integrate the required functionality with your previous scripts. Try reading the documentation, writing some code. See my previous response.


In reply to Re: From text to csv with Text::CSV_XS by marto
in thread From text to csv with Text::CSV_XS by Perlbeginner1

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