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use warnings; open (SourceFile, "$ARGV[0]"); open (TargetFile, ">$ARGV[1]"); while (<SourceFile>) { # Remove the last character from the line. #$Line = substr($_,0,-1); chomp; ($Year,$HSP_rates,$Curr,$Scenario,$Version,$Product,$CostCenter,$Activ +ity,$Entity,$Acct,$BegBal,$Jan,$Feb,$Mar,$Apr,$May,$Jun,$Jul,$Aug,$Se +p,$Oct,$Nov,$Dec) = split(',',$_); print TargetFile "$Year,"; print TargetFile "$HSP_rates,"; print TargetFile "$Curr,"; print TargetFile "$Scenario,"; print TargetFile "$Version,"; print TargetFile "$Product,"; if( length( $CostCenter ) > 0 ) { open (MAPFile,"$ARGV[2]"); while ( <MAPFile> ) { chomp; my @line = split(',', $_); $hash{$line[0]} = $line[0]; $hash1{$line[0]} = $line[2]; $hash2{$line[1]} = $line[1]; $hash3{$line[1]} = $line[3]; if( $hash{"$CostCenter"} eq "$CostCenter" and $hash2{"$A +ctivity"} eq "$Activity") { $c1 = $hash1{"$CostCenter"} and $a1 = $hash3{" +$Activity"}; goto ed; } else { $c1 = "$CostCenter"; $a1 = + "$$Activity"; + } } ed: close(MAPFile); print TargetFile "$c1,"; print TargetFile "$a1,"; print TargetFile "$Entity,"; } if( length( $Acct ) > 0 ) { open (MAPFile,"$ARGV[2]"); while ( <MAPFile> ) { chomp; my @line = split(","); $hash{$line[4]} = $line[4]; $hash1{$line[4]} = $line[5]; $hash2{$line[4]} = $line[5]; if( $hash{"$Acct"} eq "$Acct" ) { $b1 = $hash1{"$Acct"}; goto ed; } else { $b1 = "$Acct"; } } ed: close(MAPFile); print TargetFile "$b1,"; } print TargetFile "$BegBal,"; print TargetFile "$Jan,"; print TargetFile "$Feb,"; print TargetFile "$Mar,"; print TargetFile "$Apr,"; print TargetFile "$May,"; print TargetFile "$Jun,"; print TargetFile "$Jul,"; print TargetFile "$Aug,"; print TargetFile "$Sep,"; print TargetFile "$Oct,"; print TargetFile "$Nov,"; print TargetFile "$Dec"; print TargetFile "\n"; } close (SourceFile); close (TargetFile);

In reply to Re^10: Mapping & Hash Issues by sandeepsinghperl
in thread Mapping & Hash Issues by sandeepsinghperl

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