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Nice. Always wondered what was important in that file, however a couple of things: seems like you're doing more work than needed (why the "not eof( ..." as opposed to
while ($readline = <BOOTLOG>)
but then I ended up needing the $readline to get your exact output.) and going through the entire @aok each line is slower. I thought a snazzy RE would help, but I ended up w/:
#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; my ($readline,$found); my %aok=("Loading Vxd" => 1, # A list of all the different + values "LoadSuccess" => 1, # that should be ignored. Oth +ers are "Loading Device" => 1, # left in for debugging purpo +ses. "LoadSuccess" => 1, "SYSCRITINIT" => 1, "SYSCRITINITSUCCESS" => 1, "DEVICEINIT" => 1, "DEVICEINITSUCCESS" => 1, "Dynamic init device " => 1, "Dynamic init success" => 1, "Dynamic load device " => 1, "Dynamic load success" => 1, "Initing" => 1, "Init Success" => 1, "INITCOMPLETE" => 1, "INITCOMPLETESUCCESS" => 1, "LoadStart" => 1, "Init" => 1, "InitDone" => 1, "Status" => 1, ); my $debug = 0; open BOOTLOG, "<C:\\bootlog.txt" or die ("Error: could not open c:\\bo +otlog.txt\n$!\n"); # Open up the file while (<BOOTLOG>) { my $readline = $_; chomp; my ( $key, $val); s/^\[\w*\]\s*//; # ditch the [A000134] junk for ease of splitting if ( /=/ ) { # lines w/ '=' have just 2 parts ( $key, $val ) = split(/\s+=\s+/); } else { # lines w/o '=' are key words ... value; e.g. value is the last word (my @key_val ) = split(/ /); $val = pop @key_val; $key = join " ", @key_val; } print "$readline" unless ($aok{$key}); # Check against %aok if its i +gnorable; if not, print. #print "$key = $val\n" unless ($aok{$key}); # if don't care about th +e "[mem addr]" part }
Not as nifty as it could be but faster.


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