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This is brilliant!!!! Thank you so much for this.. I've been fooling around with this issue for over a year and never found anything satisfactory.

Here's what I was using so far... it does the job..but there was a need to match for a pattern anyway...

$sshMTT1->clear_accum(); $sshMTT1->expect(10,[qr/\$[\s]*/=> sub {$sshMTT1->send("grep <<<<<<*PA +TTERN>*>>>>");}]); @Output = $sshMTT1->expect(5); $sshMTT1->send("\cC"); $exactOutput = $Output[3]; $exactOutput =~ tr/\cM//d;

The variable $exactOutput had more or less the value I was looking for and I used to pattern match on this variable... Primitive.. compared to the solution here!!!

In reply to Re: Expect command output parser sub by vishi
in thread Expect command output parser sub by Centaurus

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