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G'day jwalker1960,

Welcome to the monastery.

Here's another way to do it (using pack):

#!/usr/bin/env perl use strict; use warnings; print pack 'A12A11A9A40A*' => split /,/ for <DATA>; __DATA__ Account,Login Name,Password,Web Site,Comments Google Docs,george123,F0oB@r,,The GoodleDocs + site Amazon,george123,fo0bA7,,The Amazone Kindle site Apple,george123,mM_B39Aa,,My Ap +ple account


$ Account Login Name Password Web Site + Comments Google Docs george123 F0oB@r + The GoodleDocs site Amazon george123 fo0bA7 + The Amazone Kindle site Apple george123 mM_B39Aa +t My Apple account

-- Ken

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