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Hello again anirbanphys,

If you want to write the output to the file in one line you can do it like this:

io('out.txt')->appendln($_) for @lines; __END__ $ perl $ cat out.txt library(and_gate) { delay_model : table_lookup ; date : "Fri Mar 15 03:44:39 " ; time_unit : 1ms ; voltage_unit : 1V ; current_unit : 1A ; operating_conditions ("AB0.5v45c") { process : 1 ; temperature : 45 ; voltage : 0.5 ; } default_operating_conditions : "AB0.5v45c" input_voltage(default) { vi : 0 ; vh : 0.5 ; vim : 0 ; vin : 0.5 ; } }

You can use the method IO::All/appendln from the same package as you do for reading.

Hope this helps, BR.

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In reply to Re^7: How to add a new line after three or four lines from a pattern after getting that pattern by thanos1983
in thread How to add a new line after three or four lines from a pattern after getting that pattern by anirbanphys

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