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Old 10-19-2009
Code:
local $/="@\n";
open FH,"<a.txt";
while(<FH>){
  if(/.*\\(HF=[^=]*)\\/){
    my $str=$1;
    $str=~s/\n//;
    print $str,"\n";
  }
}


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c-icap-mkbdb(8) 					      System Manager's Manual						   c-icap-mkbdb(8)

NAME
c-icap-mkbdb - simple ICAP clientutility to create Berkeley DB lookup tables SYNOPSIS
c-icap-mkbdb [ -d debug_level ] [ -i file.txt ] [ -o file.db ] [ -t string|int|ip ] [ -v string|int|ip ] [ --dump ] DESCRIPTION
c-icap-mkbdb utility can be used to create Berkeley DB databases which can be used as lookup tables by the c-icap server. OPTIONS
-d debug_level The debug level -i file.txt The file contains the data (required). The line format of this file must be: key: value1, value2, .... -o file.db The database to be created -t string|int|ip The type of the key. Select string for string keys, int for integer keys or ip for using IP addresses as keys. The "string" is the default. -v string|int|ip The type of the values. The "string" is the default. --dump Do not update the database just dump it to the screen. EXAMPLES
c-icap-mkbdb -o keys -i keys.txt It builds the keys Berkeley DB database, using string type for keys and values. c-icap-mkbdb -o keys --dump Dump the contents of the keys database SEE ALSO
c-icap(8) c-icap-client(8) c-icap-stretch(8) c-icap-config(8) c-icap-libicapapi-config(8) AUTHOR
Tsantilas Christos c_icap 0.1.6 c-icap-mkbdb(8)

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