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Re^13: Text::CSV encoding parse()

by haukex (Bishop)
on Aug 21, 2019 at 20:12 UTC ( #11104832=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^12: Text::CSV encoding parse()
in thread Text::CSV encoding parse()

Hi @haukex sorry I can't give you the whole script due to security and privacy concerns, but I can give you the salient parts of it.

I understand, but please understand that we do need to be able to reproduce the issue you're having on our end, which doesn't require you to disclose any secrets, but it does require you to give us something representative that is runnable as-is (standalone). For example, in what you've posted here, I don't see whether you've changed STDOUT to UTF-8, I don't see any of the Data::Dumper output that I provided in my example code (which is essential to debugging encoding issues), you don't show the output this script is producing on your end, and so on.

If you take the time to read and understand Short, Self-Contained, Correct Example and I know what I mean. Why don't you?, we might be able to help you further, but I'm sorry, as it stands there simply isn't enough coherent information to help you.

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Re^14: Text::CSV encoding parse()
by slugger415 (Monk) on Aug 21, 2019 at 22:22 UTC

    ok here's a full program that produces the same result. It pulls in a $resultsFile called "results.txt."

    #! /strawberry/Perl/bin/perl use CGI; use CGI::Carp qw( fatalsToBrowser ); use Text::CSV; use Excel::Writer::XLSX; use utf8; use strict; ### read the output my(@urls); my($header); my($resultsFile) = "results.txt"; open my $fh, "<:encoding(utf8)", "$resultsFile" || die("cannot open re +sults file $resultsFile for reading."); my($c)=0; # just here for counting my($d)=0; # just here for counting while(<$fh>){ $c++; if ($_ =~ /\/search\//){ push(@urls, $_); } else{ $d++; } } close($fh); # sort @urls based on the search string my @sorted_urls = map { $_->[0] } sort { $a->[1] cmp $b->[1] } map { m|/search/\s*([^\?]+)\?|; [$_, $1] } @urls; my($count) = -1; my $csv = Text::CSV->new ({ binary => 1, sep_char => "|" }); my $q = new CGI; # parse and print print $q->header(-charset => 'utf-8'); print $q->start_html( -title => 'SearchME'); print $q->start_table(); foreach my $row (@sorted_urls){ # print TEMP $row; $csv->parse($row); print "<tr>"; $count++; my @els = $csv->fields; my(@splits) = split('\|',$row); $els[0] =~ /\/search\/(.+)\?scope=/i; my($term) = $1; my($link) = $els[0]; print "<td>"; # print $link; print $q->a({-href=>$link,-target=>'_blank'},$term); print "</td>"; for(my $i=1; $i <= 4; $i++){ print "<td>"; print $els[$i]; print "</td>"; } print "</tr>\n"; } print $q->end_table, $q->end_html;

    And here's a short results file (not sure how to keep it from wrapping, so it's not code):

    PAGE_COMPL_URL|PAGE_REFRL_COMPL_URL|IBMER|VIEWS|VISITORS|ENGAGED_VISITS¿Cuales son las partes de una cadena de conexión??scope=SSGU8G_12.1.0||0|1|1|0||1|1|1|1

    Thank you.

      Thank you for providing an SSCCE. There's a lot which could be removed from it but the first line is the one setting off the klaxons.

      #! /strawberry/Perl/bin/perl

      Are you running this on Microsoft Windows? If so, what have you done to confirm that your input data (your results.txt file) is genuinely UTF-8 encoded?

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