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No.. Its different.. The earlier issues was resolved and it works fine now. My current problem is tht i need to read a particular section of text from the entire file and then iteratively perform more checks to determine the size of the block and start and end limters to find out the size of block i need to be working on (this size is variable and it changes as and when the user makes changes).
To make it more understandable, the execution of code follows these steps: 1. identify the keyword "CELL" to determine the start of the particular block
2. match the cell name(next line of CELL,eg LUC123A in this case)
3. Identify the block size (in terms of number of lines ) between the two limiters ,i.e first and second occurence of the word "CELL"

I keep getting confused for some reason. i'd really like some insight .. Sorry for the trouble

In reply to Re^2: Adaptive parser for tab delimited text file by reaper9187
in thread Adaptive parser for tab delimited text file by reaper9187

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