|FROM ||Ruben I Safir
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Pattern Matching
How can that be done? It can't be done like that. You need to take a more sufficticated aproach.
IUt the comany is always the 2nd field, then
or just split it on the comma
If it has an extra field, canatonate it back together again with the comma.
On 2003.04.07 14:03 Joe Villari wrote:
> I have a comma seperated file that I'm splitting into an array in perl.
> I'm trying to write a pattern that will make a comma, Some Company, Inc,
> read as a comma and not cause $_ to split with -at-data = split /,/, $_;
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