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#!/usr/bin/perl #read each line in test1.txt into data_file array use strict; use warnings; my $data_file = "test1.txt"; my $names_file = "code.txt"; my $target_file = "target.txt"; my @data = (); # Cannot be the same name as above my @names_data = (); my @target = (); my $line = ''; open(DATA, $data_file) || die ("Could not open file! $!\n"); @data=<DATA>; close DATA; open(NAMES, $names_file) || die ("Could not open file! $!\n"); @names_data=<NAMES>; close NAMES; #read each line in code.txt into a names_file array foreach $line (@data) { #create loop that reads each ID in #code.txt (NAMES array), searches for #each in array elements for test1.txt #(DATA array), redirects a new #(NAMES).html for each element foreach ( @names_data ) { chomp; push @target, qq|$line<0> > +("$_<0>.html")\n|; #I do not understand what you are trying to do above... #Just modify the part between the pipes |...\n| to include #whatever variables you are wanting. } } open TARGET ">$target_file" || die "Cannot open target file. $!\n"; print TARGET @target; close TARGET;



In reply to Re: Line by line parsing from one file, comparing line by line to another file by Polyglot
in thread Line by line parsing from one file, comparing line by line to another file by web_developer

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