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Re: [SOLVED] Splitting a file using "common log format" help

by trizen (Hermit)
on Nov 10, 2012 at 23:20 UTC ( #1003290=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to [SOLVED] Splitting a file using "common log format" help

Using Text::ParseWords.
use strict; use warnings; use Text::ParseWords; while (<DATA>) { if (s/(\[.*?\])//) { my $dateTime = $1; my ($remoteIP,$rfc,$userID,$requestType,$statusCode,$sizeOfFil +e) = quotewords(qr/\s+/, 0, $_); print "<$remoteIP> <$rfc> <$userID> <$requestType> <$statusCod +e> <$sizeOfFile>\n"; } } __DATA__ - - [08/Oct/2007:04:54:20 -0400] "GET /support.html HTTP +/1.1" 200 11179

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[LanX]: hippo you asked about translating Asterix ?
[Eily]: Maybe the puns in his dialogues were somehow kept through translation, but I can tell he lost his accent
[LanX]: qui?
[Eily]: Astérix
1nickt gives up on finding a Perl YAML parser that supports hash merging. In 2017.
[LanX]: Oh yes true, he lost his accent! xD
[Eily]: and since his name is a modified version of astérisque (asterisk), which is a typographical symbol, I think it's even funnier that he would lose a diacritic

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