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#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use LWP::UserAgent; use XML::Twig; use autodie; use Data::Dumper; my @filename = ('output1.csv', 'output2.csv'); #TEST_1,10.56.7.80 #TEST_6,10.66.251.9 #TEST_5,10.66.81.9 my %file1 = () ; open my $fh, '<', $filename[0]; # using autodie while (<$fh>){ chomp; my ($name,$ip) = split /\s*,\s*/; $file1{$name} = $ip; } close $fh; #01,TEST_1,,10.56.7.80 #02,TEST_2,bla,10.57.80.9 #03,TEST_3,,10.60.251.9 my %file2 = () ; open $fh, '<', $filename[1]; # using autodie while (<$fh>){ chomp; my ($id,$name,$description,$ip) = split /\s*,\s*/; $file2{$name} = [$id,$description,$ip]; } close $fh; # determine deletes requires my @delete = (); foreach my $name (sort keys %file2) { if ( not exists $file1{$name} ){ # check if description exists my $id = $file2{$name}[0]; my $description = $file2{$name}[1] || ''; my $ip = $file2{$name}[2]; if ( $description eq '' ){ print "DELETE name : '$name'\n"; push @delete,[$id,$name,$description,$ip] } } } print Dumper \@delete;
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In reply to Re^5: HTTP PUT Request with separate values in csv by poj
in thread HTTP PUT Request with separate values in csv by StayCalm

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