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Re: Help!

by twerq (Deacon)
on Jul 29, 2002 at 13:31 UTC ( [id://185970]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Finding unique email addresses (was: Help!)

A quick-and-dirty fix could be to keep each "seen" email address as a key in a hash (which could get very large, but hey--).

This could get you going:
use Email::Find;

my %seen_emails;  # this could get big!
$file = shift;
open (FILE, $file) or die "Couldn't open filename: ";
while (<FILE>)
 $text = $_;

 my $finder = Email::Find->new(sub 
     my($email, $orig_email) = @_;
     my $formatted_email = $email->format;
     if (!defined($seen_emails{$formatted_email})) {
          # remember we've seen this guy
          $seen_emails{$formatted_email} = 1;
          # and show this email addy
          print $formatted_email . "\n";
     return $orig_email;


(this code is untested)


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