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I rewrote the code to make it work as described in your post.


replace_with_matches.pl

#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; my $source = shift @ARGV; my $destination = shift @ARGV; my $matchfile = shift @ARGV; my @matches = (); open (MF, '<', $matchfile) or die $!; while (<MF>) { push @matches, $_; } close MF; # have a list of all matches my @input = (); open (IN, '<', $source) or die $!; while (<IN>) { push @input, $_; } close (IN); # have all input lines in an array my @output = (); NEXT_INPUT_LINE: for my $input_line (@input) { # check every input line 1 time NEXT_MATCH_PAIR: for my $match_pair (@matches) { my @DATA = split (/\s/, $match_pair); my $matcher = $DATA[0]; my $replacer = $DATA[1]; # check all match pairs against 1 input line if ($input_line =~ /^$matcher/) { # make replacement $input_line =~ s/legend/$replacer/; push @output, $input_line; # jump to next input line next NEXT_INPUT_LINE; } } # if it gets here, there was no replacement # copy input line to output push @output, $input_line; } # have all replaced output in @output # write @output to $destination open (OUT, '>', $destination) or die $!; for my $output_line (@output) { print OUT $output_line; } close OUT;



Sample input files:


source.txt

lancer is a legend asdf asdfwerg asdf wergdfv legend pieces of trash line 4 is cool and makes no sense time for legends time for christmas jesus is a legend


matches.txt

l jerk j myth



Sample output:


result.txt

lancer is a jerk asdf asdfwerg asdf wergdfv legend pieces of trash line 4 is cool and makes no sense time for legends time for christmas jesus is a myth

In reply to Re: need help in editing multiple word in a file by lancer
in thread need help in editing multiple word in a file by vkp

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