The first argument to open is the file itself "asgn.txt"
thank you for pointing this out and yes I meant this
open $OUT, '>', $NEW or die ...
If the program runs properly, but what I am missing is a the first line from the first index and I am getting an extra line for the next index.
bos-mp96h:~ jvx$ head -1 00000140.log
mpg=2 mrule=140 reg=7989 score=10625 rank=0 perc=100 mp_demand=40
bos-mp96h:~ jvx$ tail -1 00000140.log
mpg=1 mrule=3 reg=6346 score=10625 rank=0 perc=100 mp_demand=1
I might have to reiterate through my logic, but any suggestions would be helpful :)
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