|Perl: the Markov chain saw|
Hello, I have a input file which is something like this
test 1: 000000 test 2: 111111 test 3: 000011111 test 4: 1111111000 test 5:10001001110000011 ..... so on
My requirement is i need to read each string (always in binary) and gives one of the third possible result. possible results are PASS, FAIL, CLEAN
1) if the sting has all 0's or all 1's (like test 1, and test 2) I should output test 1, test 2 as PASS
2) if the string starts with 0 and continue to be 0's and then transitions to 1 and always stays 1 (like test 3), i would say result is CLEAN. and vice-versa (ie starts with 1 and transitions to 0 and stays 0 (like in test 4), I would result is CLEAN.
3) if the string is combinations of 0's and 1's (like test 5) i would sat result is FAIL.How do I do this in perl? thanks, Natasha
In reply to read string (which is in binary) and make decision by hey_frind