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How to replace with patter match using Perlview story

http://www.unix.com – I have to replace a line, if it has a pattern for example Suppose file.out contains: Code: <tr><td class="cB">Hello</td><td class="cB">1245</td><td class="cB">958</td><td class="cRB">1.34</td><td class="cRB">1.36</td></tr> <tr><td class="cB">world&l (HowTos)

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Perl/Linux : A Linux Distro for Perl Loversview story

http://blog.sudobits.com – Perl/Linux => Everything Perl. Yeah, It’s a Linux distribution where all the programs are written in perl. (HowTos)

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When will cPanel come with a standard perl?view story

http://forums.cpanel.net – Hey all, I'm sure it's on here somewhere and my Google Skills must be lacking :( but I was just curious when cPanel will have at least 5.10 server perl and/or when cpanel's internal perl will be upgraded. Thanks! (HowTos)

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problem in binning the dataview story

http://www.unix.com – hi i have some data like this input: Code: 1 apples oranges 234 2 oranges apples 2345 3 grapes bananas 1000000 4 melons banans 10000000 5 bananas apples 5000000 6 mangoes banans 2000000 7 apples bananas 1999999 i want to put all those which are coming between 1 and 999999 in to one bin (2nd bin would start from 1000000 to 1999999 and so on). (HowTos)

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perl: read tables from txt filesview story

http://www.unix.com – I have a lot of files that have the same below format in different folders and I need to parse these files and add them in one file : Code: X1 = 1 X2 = 2 X3            Y1            Y2 0.005      0.047539      0.029597      0.362143      0.078621      0. (HowTos)

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Abort the shell script if any hive sql query gets failedview story

http://www.unix.com – Below is my shell script from which I am trying to invoke few Hive SQL queries and the below shell script works fine. Problem Statement:- If you see my first `hive -e` block in the below shell script which contains a very long Hive SQL query. (HowTos)

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Email sending script from address is invalidview story

http://serverfault.com – i am sending email notifications from OSSEC active response script firewall-drop.sh, but when the email is sent through it, the FROM address is like this [email protected] it should be [email protected] or [email protected] As the script is running from root. i have tried with different email clients, like mail, mutt, mailx, sendEmail and other python and perl based scripts, all of them add (HowTos)

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Perl 5.12 on Ubuntu 10.10view story

http://askubuntu.com – How can I use perl 5.12 on Ubuntu 10.10? There is no distribution package on Ubuntu. I have to use feature 'unicode_strings'; in my perl code, and this is available from 5.12. I try to install perl on Ubuntu by apt-get install perl, but 5.10 is the latest version. How can I deal with this? Or is there any code in 5.10 can replace the code feature 'unicode_strings';? Thanks. (HowTos)

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Installing Tomcat 6 on CentOS 6.3view story

http://serverfault.com – I have a CentOS 6.3 server with cPanel. (HowTos)

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parsing XML result by using perl?view story

http://www.unix.com – for some reasons, i need to parse the XML result by using perl. for instance, this is a sample XML result: Code: <Response> <status>success</status> <answer>AAA::AAA</answer> <answer>BBB::BBB</answer> </Response> then i can use this way : Code: my @output = (); foreach my $parts (@all)    ##@all = above XML result { (HowTos)