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Re: Re: chomp() problems

by paulbort (Hermit)
on Sep 25, 2002 at 21:06 UTC ( #200736=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: chomp() problems
in thread chomp() problems

I just ran into this recently with files being FTP'd from Windows to Linux, and I have to agree with Flexx: \r and \n are system-specific, where this is a byte-specific problem. What I used was similar to charnos' substitution, but fixed to ASCII:
$line =~ s/\xD|\xA//g;

This removes all stray CR/LF from any ASCII to any ASCII. (Sorry, no EBCDIC support.) As long as Perl can figure out where the line breaks are, this will get rid of the odd bits.

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Re^3: chomp() problems
by Flexx (Pilgrim) on Sep 25, 2002 at 23:08 UTC

    Yup. Some like it hex... ;)

    Update: Actually, what you wrote is EBCDIC compatible. It'll substitute DOS CRLF's on any system, be it an ASCII or an EBCDIC one. You're using discrete ordinals (hexadecimal ones, in your case) instead of the infamous logical symbols \r\n, and that's what makes your statement portable.

    So long,
    Flexx

    PS: Someone downvoted this node (it's -1 by the time of this writing). Why? What did I do wrong here?

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