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Here is how I'd do it:
  1. set newest-date to empty
  2. set this-record to empty
  3. LOOP: read a record
  4. if record is not approved, go to LOOP.
  5. if the build Date is > newest-date then move the record to this-record and set newest-date
  6. goto LOOP
What does your code look like?

Update: This code is already"Pythonized". Perhaps your meant "Haskellized"?

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In reply to Re: Parsing a text file to get the location of the latest by Old_Gray_Bear
in thread Parsing a text file to get the location of the latest by Anonymous Monk

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