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you can use the -i option to do inline...
you can use the -i option to do inline proccessing of the file(s). Also, if you add an ext to -i ie: -i.bak your ariginal file will be preserved with a .bak extension
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Posted By sweetblood
make sure you set the mode to binary
make sure you set the mode to binary
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Posted By sweetblood
try: printf %s, (split /\s/, $word)[0]
try:
printf %s, (split /\s/, $word)[0]
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Posted By sweetblood
what have you done to accomplish your desire to...
what have you done to accomplish your desire to write a perl script for this? What problems are you having?
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Posted By sweetblood
what have you tried and what problems have you...
what have you tried and what problems have you had? (Hint: grep won't split your files)
1,705
Posted By sweetblood
of course the pattern matches the OP's data. What...
of course the pattern matches the OP's data. What was not explained in the original post is that he wanted a pattern for awk which does not support (?:) otherwise the pattern you supplied is simply a...
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Posted By sweetblood
^contact people:(?:[^\.]*?\.[^\.]*)+
^contact people:(?:[^\.]*?\.[^\.]*)+
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Posted By sweetblood
what have you tried, and what problems are you...
what have you tried, and what problems are you running into?
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Posted By sweetblood
/^cn=([^,]*?),/
/^cn=([^,]*?),/
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Posted By sweetblood
For the most part linux commands have "man" pages...
For the most part linux commands have "man" pages that are accessible by typing "man commandname" sans the quotes. At your prompt type man nslookup and the system documentation will display. You...
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Posted By sweetblood
As Jim said try nslookup
As Jim said try nslookup
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Posted By sweetblood
Are you joking? This is NOT a free script...
Are you joking? This is NOT a free script service. If you need assistance with something you are working on show what you have done, indicate the problem (errors) you are having. Someone may at that...
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Posted By sweetblood
check out 'man head' and 'man wc'
check out 'man head' and 'man wc'
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Posted By sweetblood
no this is not a free script writing service. If...
no this is not a free script writing service. If you like help in learning how to write your own, that would be appropriate.
1,197
Posted By sweetblood
check out "expect"
check out "expect"
Forum: Solaris 07-01-2009
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Posted By sweetblood
Changing a devices MAC address is generally a...
Changing a devices MAC address is generally a very bad idea. Only very experienced network engineers should consider it and only in very specific cases. A good rule of thumb is 'if you don't know how...
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Posted By sweetblood
geewiz ~~ I would like a pony This is not a...
geewiz ~~ I would like a pony

This is not a free script writing site "come and get you dreams filled." What have you done to make this script happen?
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Posted By sweetblood
A rather trivial task, what have you tried? Is...
A rather trivial task, what have you tried? Is this homework?
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Posted By sweetblood
What does your script look like?
What does your script look like?
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Posted By sweetblood
what have you tried?
what have you tried?
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Posted By sweetblood
check out Convert::IBM390 at cpan
check out Convert::IBM390 at cpan
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Posted By sweetblood
You can't use a hash slice in a push
First off you don't have $hello set to anything, you have $value = "hello" -- not the same.

You should:

use strict;
use warnings;

and all would be reveled.

try:


use strict;
use...
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