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Thanks everyone

partially i am doing things with awk/sed and bash commands ofcourse google did helped #sed -n -e 's/^[ ]*//g'  -e  's/\([0-9a-zA-Z\.]*\)  */\1 /g' -e 10p -e 15p -e 23p nic.htm > nic.txt  then i tried #perl -ne 'print;' *.txt > all.csv, but the result was not comfortable, then i tried with #for file in *.txt; do   cat "$file";   echo; done > newfile.csv  now .csv or .txt file gives me the result in readable format  from this text file, need to send it to database
DISTRICT : ZUNHEBOTO STATE : ABC 02/02 03/02 04/02 05/02 06/02 speed 004 002 004 004 004... next line will be next paragraph
DISTRICT : YUNHEBOOT STATE : EFG 02/02 03/02 04/02 05/02 06/02 speed 004 002 004 004 004
 is the result when i do cat of the same, in db i have created table and fields are STATE, District,date, speed  how to import it to db perl -MCPAN -e shell  and did the installation of HTML::PArser, for mysql what else i needto install here

In reply to Re^2: fetching and storing data from web. by nicolethomson
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