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Re: [PBML] file parsing

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  • Nathan.Jeffrey@dhs.vic.gov.au
    Hehe... try this... cat | awk {print $1} I know it s not perl, but it wouldn t be that easy in perl :-) Seriously, in perl, I d probably do it like this...
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 1, 2003
      Hehe... try this...

      cat | awk '{print $1}'

      I know it's not perl, but it wouldn't be that easy in perl :-)

      Seriously, in perl, I'd probably do it like this...

      perl -ne 'print((split)[0], "\n")'


      Bryan Irvine <bryan.irvine@...>
      02/04/2003 10:28 AM
      Please respond to perl-beginner

      To: perl-beginner@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [PBML] file parsing

      I have a really bizarro mail server here at my work that has a ton of
      really strange config files. Without getting into too much details
      about it's setup. I have been charged with creating mailing lists for

      It has a file called "maildomains" that contains the address aliases for
      every email address for multiple domains. What I need to do is split it
      out into another file.

      This can normally be done just by "cat maildomains | grep domain.one"

      However, this file has the usernames in it as well.

      so it looks like this

      email.address@... username
      email.address@... username
      email.address@... username

      etc...in no particular order.

      When I do the standard cat and grep i'd get the username info on the
      right also. I need to strip that out so I jsut see the actual email

      Was I confusing enough??


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