Re: [PBML] mapping sets and ids
- I would look at the commands substr,tr///,s/// or m///
read up on those commands...
I won't DO your homework...
but since I am a teacher (not of perl)
I WILL point you in a direction...(could be the wrong direction)
though I am no perl expert by any means.
----- Original Message -----
From: "le_faquir" <le_faquir@...>
Sent: Sunday, November 26, 2006 5:57 AM
Subject: [PBML] mapping sets and ids
> I have two files :
> File A contains the following :
> File B contains the follwoing:
> 1 A
> 2 B
> 3 C
> 4 D
> 5 E
> 6 F
> 7 G
> 8 H
> 9 I
> 10 J
> 11 K
> 12 L
> 13 M
> Based on the file B, I want to modify the file A such that all
> numerics in file A get changed to the alphabets in column 2 of file B
> (by mapping column 1 of file B to file A) such that file A is
> effectvly modified to :
> How to do it in perl ?
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