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#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; my ($readline,$found); my @aok=("Loading Vxd =", # A list of all the different va +lues "LoadSuccess =", # that should be ignored. Others + are "Loading Device =", # left in for debugging purposes +. "LoadSuccess =", "SYSCRITINIT =", "SYSCRITINITSUCCESS =", "DEVICEINIT =", "DEVICEINITSUCCESS =", "Dynamic init device ", "Dynamic init success", "Dynamic load device ", "Dynamic load success", "Initing", "Init Success", "INITCOMPLETE =", "INITCOMPLETESUCCESS =", "LoadStart =", "Init =", "InitDone =", "Status ="); open BOOTLOG, "<C:\\bootlog.txt" or die ("Error: could not open c:\\bo +otlog.txt\n$!\n"); # Open up the file while (not eof(BOOTLOG)) { $readline=<BOOTLOG>; $found=0; foreach (@aok) {if ($readline =~ m/.*$_.*/) {$found=1}}; # Check aga +inst each @aok to see if it's valid: if it is, $found. chomp($readline); # If not, t +hen print it out if it's not just a newline. unless ($found) {if ($readline) {print "$readline\n";}}; }

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