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Did you mean to say adding a chomp function after reading the file,like below:

$user = <$client_socket>; chop($user); #remove the \n print "$prefix USER = $user\n"; unless (open (USERNAME, "username")) { print "ERROR:Cannot open username file.\n"; exit(1); # ERROR } while(<USERNAME>) { my @newusername = <USERNAME>; chomp($newusername); foreach $name (@newusername) { if($name ne $user) { print $client_socket "ERR\n"; print "$prefix ERROR: user $user not permitted to use +this mode. Exiting.\n"; close(USERNAME); exit(1); } } } #else, continue print $client_socket "ACK\n"; # approve the user. close(USERNAME);

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