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Re: Check for data in array

by fazedandconfused (Novice)
on Feb 08, 2012 at 16:49 UTC ( #952528=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Check for data in array

I've found the solution. If I remove the warn Dumper \%sections; and then change the comaprison to add the "m" flag after the pattern as below,

if ( $sections{"procs"} !~ /service.exe/m ) { $color = "yellow"; $summary = "`/bin/date` CAWA Server service is not run +ning."; $statusmsg = "&yellow service.exe not running. Possibl +e failover to ukclasce002. Inform OSG before 8:30am.\n\n" . $s ections{"procs"}; } else { $color = "green"; $summary = "`/bin/date` CAWA Server service OK $os"; $statusmsg = "&green service.exe running ok.\n\n" . $s +ections{"procs"}; }

This now works as expected. Thanks for the suggestions anyway.

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Re^2: Check for data in array
by choroba (Canon) on Feb 08, 2012 at 16:53 UTC
    Very strange. /m only affects ^ and $ that you do not use in the regular expression!

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