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Thank you, wog, I was looking for code similar as your approach, but I failed to find any suitable solution. I've tweaked and wrapped the code a bit, just to run it under MacPerl.
#!perl -w use strict; my $tmpdir = 'Disco:Carpeta_Idioma:'; my $file = "$tmpdir" . 'diccionario'; my $file_out = "$tmpdir" . 'diccionario2'; open(IN, "<$file") || die "Can't open $file: $!\n"; open(OUT, ">$file_out") || die "Can't open $file_out: $!\n"; while (<IN>) { print OUT unless ( y/a//>3 | y/b//>1 | y/c//>1 | y/d//>2 | y/e//>8 | y/g//>1 | y/i//>3 | y/j//>1 | y/l//>2 | y/m//>3 | y/n//>3 | y/o//>4 | y/r//>3 | y/s//>6 | y/t//>1 | y/u//>2 | y/v//>2 ) } close IN; close OUT;
The code snippet looked nice indented on my Mac. Hope it looks fine here too. Best regards, Richard

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