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Re^2: separate word count for each line of a file

by melb100 (Initiate)
on Nov 22, 2012 at 19:24 UTC ( #1005176=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: separate word count for each line of a file
in thread separate word count for each line of a file

Thank you for your tips monks,

I am researcher and I needed to check lisst of experimental sentences very quickly (definitely not homework! ;-) ) so in the end I went for the most basic of solutions and am just running

perl -ne "{print tr/ //, $/}" FILE
on all my files and scanning down the resulting word counts for outliers. Not very elegant!!

I am afraid that as a complete novice (this being the first thing I have ever tried to do in perl) I wasn't clever enough to work out number of words on each line from your hints. If there is a more elegant solution I'd be grateful but in the meantime this will do! :)

Thanks again for trying to help, and I promise to persevere with the "proper" solution when time is less pressing!


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[erix]: hm zipfile-SQLite sounds useful, have you tried it already, Corion?
[erix]: and good morning (sorry :))
[Corion]: erix: Naah, I just saw the announcement and remembered that discussion. Maybe I'll try building a DBD::SQLite with the zip stuff built-in, just for fun
[Corion]: Oh - and a good morning to you too :)

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