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Re^2: matching patterns

by theroninwins (Friar)
on Apr 11, 2006 at 07:45 UTC ( #542473=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: matching patterns
in thread matching patterns

Thanks Zaxo but that would be ok if I only needed unit and port vlaue.. but I need others from the string as well.. but those are always there so it was no prob (one int and 2 hex values)... here is the script I got now ... and it works fine:
open ERASER,">output.txt"; close ERASER; open ERRORLOG, "<error.txt" or die "Can't read file error: $!\n"; open OUTPUT,">>output.txt" or die "Can't read file $!\n"; while( my $line = <ERRORLOG> ) { chomp $line; @line=split " ",$line; if ($line[0]=~ /^c/) { $line =~/(c([0-9]+)).*(0x[A-Fa-f0-9]+).*(0x[A-Fa-f0-9] ++)/; my $conn = $2; my @error = ($3, $4); my $value1= hex $error[0]; my $value2= hex $error[1]; my $unit = ''; if ($line =~/(unit=([0-9]+))/) { $unit= $2; }; my $port = ''; if ($line =~/(port=([0-9]+))/) { $port= $2; }; print OUTPUT "Conn: $conn, Value1: $value1,Value2: $v +alue2, Unit: $unit,Port1: $po rt,Stat: $line[6]\n"; } } close ERRORLOG; close OUTPUT;

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Re^3: matching patterns
by SamCG (Hermit) on Apr 11, 2006 at 22:51 UTC
    Perhaps a minor point, but why are you capturing "port=" and "unit=" in your regexes
    if ($line =~/(port=([0-9]+))/)
    ? Couldn't it just as easily be
    if ($line =~/port=([0-9]+)/){ $port= $1; };


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