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Re: Array Problem

by sapnac (Beadle)
on Jul 08, 2005 at 15:05 UTC ( #473437=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Array Problem

Hi! Check this code. I've assumed the results are in ping.txt and are valid. This is tested and working...
open(RESULTS2, "ping.txt") || die; open(RESULTS, ">ping2.txt") || die; *********** someother file ******* +******* @results = <RESULTS2>; close(RESULTS2); $j = 0; *************************array's initial subscript $a = 0; $f = 0; foreach (@results) { ************** URs went into a loop* if (m/Reply/) { $output[$j] = $baseIP.$j.": Alive\n"; print $output[$j]."\n"; $j++; } elsif (m/Request/) { $output[$j] = $baseIP.$j.": Dead\n"; print $output[$j]."\n"; $j++; } } print RESULTS "Pinger Results:\n\n"; print RESULTS "Alive Nodes: $a\n"; print RESULTS "Dead Nodes: $f\n"; print RESULTS "\n\nDetailed Results:\n"; print RESULTS @output; ************************************************** Hope this helps. Thanks!

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Re^2: Array Problem
by wanderinweezard (Initiate) on Jul 08, 2005 at 15:34 UTC
    That's great, it seems to do what I want now.. But for some reason in the part where it prints the @output in the ping2.txt file, it does not include $baseIP, but looking at the code, I'm not sure I see anything wrong.
      That is because I forgot ; $baseIP = "10.0.5."; At the begining of the program. Good Luck

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