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However no matter what is inputted it moves on with out giving notice stating the town name has not been found.

SSCCE, perltidy, and the code "works"...

use warnings; use strict; addind(); sub addind { open( MYINPUTFILE, "townsdata.txt" ) or die $!; $| = 1; my @lines = <MYINPUTFILE>; print "INDUSTRY TOWN\n"; my $indtwn = <STDIN>; $indtwn = <STDIN> until defined $indtwn; chomp $indtwn; print "cls();\n"; my $found = 0; foreach my $townverify (@lines) { my @field = split( ':', $townverify ); if ( $field[0] =~ m/^#/ ) { next; } if ( $field[1] =~ /(?<![\w-])$indtwn(?![\w-])/i ) { print "cls();\n"; $found = 1; } else { print "cls();\n"; print "TOWN RECORD NOT FOUND\n"; print "sleep 3;\n"; print "cls();\n"; addind(); } my $output = "inddata.txt"; open( DAT, "+<$output" ) || die("Cannot Open File"); my $indline; $indline = <DAT> until eof DAT; my ($indid) = $indline =~ m/\A(\d+):/; print DAT ( ++$indid ); print DAT (":"); print DAT ($indtwn); print DAT ("\n"); close(DAT); print "INDUSTRY SUCCESSFULLY ADDED!!\n"; print "sleep 3;\n"; print "cls();\n"; print "industry();\n"; } }
$ perl 11139256.pl
INDUSTRY TOWN
Foo
cls();
cls();
TOWN RECORD NOT FOUND
sleep 3;
cls();
INDUSTRY TOWN
PGH
cls();
cls();
INDUSTRY SUCCESSFULLY ADDED!!
sleep 3;
cls();
industry();
cls();
TOWN RECORD NOT FOUND
sleep 3;
cls();
INDUSTRY TOWN
^C

In reply to Re: Verify Town Name by Anonymous Monk
in thread Verify Town Name by PilotinControl

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