|> I must be missing something simple
the flip/flop op is nice if you are reading single lines, but you are swalling whole records, since you changed the $/ separator.
You either need to apply a multiline-regex or you re-open the record-string from IN to read line by line in order to apply the flip/flop. NB: It's possible to open from a scalar-ref \$chunk . °
Though most people would probably nest flip-flops:
- One to define the record
- a nested one to read the part you wanted.
°) doh, GrandFather's solution to simply split on "\n" is indeed easier! :)
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