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Re^3: Splitting Multiple files into arrays.

by rjt (Deacon)
on Jul 21, 2013 at 20:47 UTC ( #1045537=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: Splitting Multiple files into arrays.
in thread Splitting Multiple files into arrays.

That data is tab-delimited, not space-delimited. I'd use Text::CSV for this.

use Text::CSV; my $csv = Text::CSV->new({ sep_char = "\t" }); my $array_ref = $csv->getline_all($fh); # OR... my @array = @{ $csv->getline_all($fh) };

You can easily adapt the loop constructs I suggested, above, or many of the other suggestions given by others, with this approach. Good luck.

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[stevieb]: I don't know what you mean. I write the code in C/C++ that accesses the ICs per the datasheet, wrap it for Perl, then use them. My code ensures that the functions/methods from Perl do the right thing for the chips/sensors etc
[stevieb]: At least that's what I'm working on right now. I've also been updating my automated test software Test::BrewBuild so it handles this work properly. It's not really easy meshing high level languages with low-level hardware :)
[stevieb]: this link is probably better for an overview of my test software
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