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Re^2: simple question about printing vars

by httpd (Novice)
on Nov 03, 2011 at 13:07 UTC ( #935655=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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in thread simple question about printing vars

thanks, so as far as I understand using FILE descriptor is the best solution, right?

as for awk, uniq and sort bash commands, what is the equivalent in perl for that functions, or should I use regexp?

for example: I need to sort IPs from netstat command, look:
# netstat -ntu | egrep 'udp|tcp' | awk '{print $4}' | sort | uniq -c | + sort -nr 17 1

how can I do the same using just perl functions?

Is it better to use perl native functions for such purpose instead of calling external shell commands?

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Re^3: simple question about printing vars
by choroba (Bishop) on Nov 03, 2011 at 13:40 UTC
    Something like this?
    netstat -ntu | perl -nae 'next unless $F[0] =~ /tcp|udp/; $seen{$F[4]}++ } { @keys = sort { $seen{$b} <=> $seen{$a} } keys %seen; printf "% " . (1 + length($seen{$keys[0]})) . "d %s\n", $seen{$_}, $_ for @keys '

      thanks. but more complicated :)

      but is it justified to use perl native sort instead of external commands? is it less resource consumable? or faster?

      or is it simpler to compile script without external commands?

      if we go further, then we can even use perl native function for invoke netstat information directly from /proc :)
Re^3: simple question about printing vars
by reisinge (Friar) on Nov 03, 2011 at 14:48 UTC
    Maybe like this?
    #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; open PO, "netstat -na|" or die "Can't pipe open: $!\n"; my %count; while (<PO>) { next unless /^udp/ or /^tcp/; my @fields = split; # split $_ on whitespace $count{$fields[3]}++; ## next jumps here } close PO; for my $ip (sort keys %count) { print "\t$count{$ip} $ip\n"; }

    Have a nice day, j

      I will try that, thanks ;)

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