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Re: sort based on last and first value

by 2teez (Priest)
on Aug 26, 2013 at 11:02 UTC ( #1050941=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to sort based on last and first value

Hi, I really don't understand what you want but from, your desired output, I suppose you want to sort your files in the directory which has the same names ( about three files names with different date tags ), but different date tag.
Then get the latest of these files based on the date.
If an right, this is one way of doing that.

use warnings; use strict; my %report = map { $_->[2] => $_->[0] } sort { $a->[1] <=> $b->[1] || $b->[2] <=> $a->[2] } map { [ $_, /^(\d+?)\/.+\/(\d+?)\./ ] } <DATA>; print $report{$_}, $/ for reverse keys %report; __DATA__ 20120824/ABC/input/daily/11337111.xml 20120710/ABC/input/daily/11337101.xml 20120330/ABC/input/daily/11337111.xml 20130614/ABC/input/daily/11337890.xml 20130120/ABC/input/daily/11337111.xml 20120206/ABC/input/daily/11337111.xml 20121005/ABC/input/daily/11337890.xml 20130110/ABC/input/daily/11337111.xml 20120923/ABC/input/daily/11337111.xml 20130416/ABC/input/daily/11337101.xml 20120404/ABC/input/daily/11337111.xml 20130211/ABC/input/daily/11337111.xml
20130211/ABC/input/daily/11337111.xml 20130416/ABC/input/daily/11337101.xml 20130614/ABC/input/daily/11337890.xml

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