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...we're pretty much beyond what split can do...

Mh, we know the format:

use Data::Dump; use feature qw(say); my $line =qq( - - [22/Apr/2015:13:35:04 +1000] "GET /bin/admi HTTP/1.1" 401 509); my @bits = split /\s/, $line; dd\@bits; say qq(Host: $bits[0]); say qq(Logname: $bits[1]); say qq(User: $bits[2]); say qq(Time: $bits[3] $bits[4]); say qq(Request: $bits[5] $bits[6] $bits[7]); say qq(Status: $bits[8]); say qq(Size: $bits[9]); __END__ monks> [ "", "-", "-", "[22/Apr/2015:13:35:04", "+1000]", "\"GET", "/bin/", "HTTP/1.1\"", 401, 509, ] Host: Logname: - User: - Time: [22/Apr/2015:13:35:04 +1000] Request: "GET /bin/ HTTP/1.1" Status: 401 Size: 509

Regards, Karl

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