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I'd use the $/ (a.k.a. $INPUT_RECORD_SEPARATOR) variable to set to the line that separates the html pages and read one "page" at a time:
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; $/ = '---this line is the separator---'; while (<DATA>) { $_ =~ s#$/##; # strip the separator line print "Data to process: \n$_\n"; } __DATA__ <html> <body>file 1</body> </html> ---this line is the separator--- <html> <body>file 2</body> </html> ---this line is the separator--- <html> <body>file 3</body> </html> ---this line is the separator--- <html> <body>file 4</body> </html> ---this line is the separator--- <html> <body>file 5</body> </html> ---this line is the separator---


PS: --who on earth puts 65GB of HTML pages in one file?

In reply to Re: Slurping a large (>65 gb) into buffer by svenXY
in thread Slurping a large (>65 gb) into buffer by downer

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