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Re^3: Pattern replace in a file name

by hippo (Bishop)
on Mar 28, 2019 at 09:47 UTC ( [id://1231793] : note . print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Pattern replace in a file name
in thread Pattern replace in a file name

Now that your expected output looks more logical, a simple test can illustrate one possible solution.

use strict; use warnings; use Test::More; my @data = ( { have => '/fd/gfree/tere/frf4545/geerg/fds/0.1/fsdf/dsakdsa/', want => '/fd/gfree/tere/frf4545/geerg/fds/0.1', }, { have => '/fd/gfree/tere/frf4545/geerg/dfds/5.9/fdsf/fdsfd/', want => '/fd/gfree/tere/frf4545/geerg/dfds/5.9', }, { have => '/fd/gfree/tere/frf4545/geerg/dsad/02.44/fdsf/fdsf/', want => '/fd/gfree/tere/frf4545/geerg/dsad/02.44', }, ); plan tests => scalar @data; for my $t (@data) { $t->{have} =~ s/(\.\d+).*?$/$1/; is $t->{have}, $t->{want}; }

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Re^4: Pattern replace in a file name
by kaushik9918 (Sexton) on Mar 28, 2019 at 09:52 UTC

    Perfect! Thanks for your time. Your solution works perfectly for me.