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Re: .VCF records cleansing

by AnomalousMonk (Bishop)
on Apr 08, 2020 at 18:02 UTC ( #11115231=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to .VCF records cleansing

https://wiki.fileformat.com/email/vcf/ looks like documentation of the format.


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Re^2: .VCF records cleansing
by solocazzimiei (Novice) on Apr 08, 2020 at 19:56 UTC

    Thanks indeed for your info !<\p>

    Despite my .VCFs are not properly uniform & clean because of use of different codec, I can't use stnd VCF modules and need custom the script.<\p>

    Anyhow seems to had fount the right script scheme and solved !!<\p>

    Simon<\p>

      Oh, and another thing...

      ... my .VCFs are not properly uniform & clean ... I can't use stnd VCF modules ...

      Even if you cannot use a module as it stands, you can always look at the source of the module and steal the code, adapting it to your particular needs. That's why CPAN modules are posted publicly with broad, open-source copyrights.


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      I'm glad you've found a solution you're happy with!

      BTW: PerlMonks posts are in HTML markup, which <\p> is not. That's why  \n is ignored: HTML renderers usually (always?) ignore whitespace. Please see Writeup Formatting Tips and Markup in the Monastery.


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