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I think your code mostly works, I downloaded it and just modified the regular expression to this:
# Expected formats # >>>A 430-08870 BKR PRINTING $ 1,090.00 $ 155.00 M 5 20 $ 1,035.5 +0 Mark Bengtzen 01/22/2020 (801) 532-5363<<< # >>>420-31784 GRAFIKSHOP CORP. DBA FALCON $ 945.00 $ 110.00 M 1 2 +0 $ 935.55 Mei-Ing Hoffman 01/22/2020 (713) 977-2555<<< if ( $line =~ m/^ (?<Awd> \w \s+)? (?<ContractorCode> \d{3}-\d{5}) \s+ (?<Name> \S [^\$]+) \s+ \$ \s* (?<Amount> \S+) \s+ \$ \s* (?<AddlRate> \S+ \s+ \w) \s+ (?<DiscountDays> \S+) \s+ (?<DiscountPercent> \S+) \s+ \$ \s* (?<DiscountPrice> \S+ ) \s+ (?<Bidder> \w \D+ \S ) \s+ (?<DateReceived> \d\d\/\d\d\/\d{4} ) \s+ (?<PhoneNum> [(]\d{3}[)] \s \d{3}-\d{4} ) /x ) { say "Found Contractor '", $+{Name}, "' (", $+{ContractorCode}, + ") and bidder '", $+{Bidder} , "' (", $+{DateReceived},")"; } else { say "Failed to parse line: >>>", $line, "<<<"; }
This works for all the rows (except headline) on https://contractorconnection.gpo.gov/abstract/746810

In reply to Re: Regular Expression to Parse Data from a PDF by brostad
in thread Regular Expression to Parse Data from a PDF by kevyt

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