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# 8  
Old 08-16-2009
Fix...

just add a 'next' (no quotes) above the "}" in the BEGIN clause. I guessing you actually have the header columns because you didn't show the failure data... The script counts "columns" as things with whitespace between them.
# 9  
Old 08-16-2009
Got it and fixed my column mistake.
Thank you.
Very very helpful.
# 10  
Old 08-17-2009
hope below perl can help you some.

Code:
my %hash;
while(<DATA>){
	next if $.==1;
	my @tmp = split;
	my $key = $tmp[0]." ".$tmp[1]." ".$tmp[2]." ".$tmp[3]." ".$tmp[4]." ".$tmp[7];
	push @{$hash{$key}}, $tmp[8]." ".$tmp[9]." ".$tmp[10];
}
foreach my $item (keys %hash){
	my ($key,$category,$id,$type,$type1,$date) = $item =~ /(([^0-9]+)[^ ]*) ([^ ]*) ([^ ]*) ([^ ]* [^ ]*) ([^ ]*)/;
	print '<name="'.$key.'.for'.$category.'" id="'.$id.'" type="'.$type.'" type1="'.$type1.'" date="'.$date.'"'."\n";
	foreach  my $s_item (@{$hash{$item}}){
		my ($s_type,$ip,$mac) = $s_item =~ /([^ ]*) ([^ ]*) ([^ ]*)/;
		print '<subdata="'.$s_type.'" ip="'.$ip.'" mac="'.$mac.'" />'."\n";
	}
	print "</name>\n";
}
__DATA__
Col1	Col2	Col3	Col4	Col5	Col6	Col7	Col8	Col9
apple1-123856	banana12	shaws	fruit	food	4:20:00 PM 8/18/2008	type2	 12.122.122.122	00:00:00:00:00:00
apple1-123856	banana12	shaws	fruit	food	4:21:00 PM 8/18/2008	type3	 12.122.122.123	00:00:00:00:00:01
apple3-123656	banana34	shaws	fruit	food	4:24:00 PM 8/18/2008	type5	 12.122.122.125	00:00:00:00:00:09
apple3-123656	banana34	shaws	fruit	food	4:21:00 PM 8/18/2008	type6	 12.122.122.126	00:00:00:00:00:08
banana1-127456	banana77	shaws	fruit	food	4:23:00 PM 8/18/2008	type2	 12.122.122.122	00:00:00:00:00:10
banana2-133456	banana88	shaws	fruit	food	10:24:00 PM 8/18/2008	type2	 12.122.122.122	00:00:00:00:00:11

# 11  
Old 08-17-2009
Very good, now I know how to do it with perl!
Thanks.

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