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Re: Split file using perl and regexp

by davido (Archbishop)
on Jan 17, 2013 at 19:45 UTC ( #1013871=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Split file using perl and regexp

Could you explain how this question substantially or conceptually differs from Split a file based on column, which you posted (and followed-up to) yesterday? I thought we already dealt with this.

What did you mean, in that thread, by "Thanks, got it working"?


Dave

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Re^2: Split file using perl and regexp
by brad_nov (Novice) on Jan 17, 2013 at 20:21 UTC
    I mean I was able to split the file based on the solution given by Kenosis. It's an extension to yesterday's problem. Sorry if I was not clear. Thanks.

      If it's an extension of yesterday's problem, post the code that you're currently using so that we can help in extending it.

      Otherwise it just looks like you're making zero progress on your own, and hoping someone will do free work for you.


      Dave

        I am currently using the script like this
        $split_file=$ARGV[0]; $split_file=~ s{.*/}{}; $split_file=~ s{\.[^.]+$}{}; print "split_file=$split_file\n"; while (<>) { if ( my ($m_id) = /^\d+\|(\d+?)\|/ ) { open my $fh, '>>', "${split_file}_" . $m_id . '.txt'; print $fh $_; } }
        I am trying to create a script for each scenario and pass it as variable.
        Currently I am using the below script to split into multiple files:
        $split_file=$ARGV[0]; $split_file=~ s{.*/}{}; $split_file=~ s{\.[^.]+$}{}; print "split_file=$split_file\n"; while (<>) { if ( my ($m_id) = /^\d+\|(\d+?)\|/ ) { open my $fh, '>>', "${split_file}_" . $m_id . '.txt'; print $fh $_; } }

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