Perl regular expression for exclude specific ip range

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# 15  
Old 09-14-2009
Thanks ripat. Your solution works for me. Smilie
# 16  
Old 02-23-2010

using sed also we can solve this problem:

 sed -n /^[^1]/p ip

# 17  
Old 02-23-2010
# cat infile |  perl -e 'while (<>) { @arr= split(/[.]/); if (@arr[0,1,2]!= (10,10,10)) { print "$_"; } }'

the output is:

# 18  
Old 02-23-2010
Regular Expression:

If you store the given IP into a variable called $ip.

Then,you can use the following statement to print the IP in the range specified.

print "IP:$ip" unless /^10.10.*/;
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