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Hi haukex,

Thanks for your input, pls find the sample data

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxx xxxxxxxxxxx xxxx*@user_info_start xxxx*@Title : Mr xxxx*@Username : xxxxx xxxx*@Filetype : txt xxxx*@Version : 0001 xxxx*@Create_Date : 20190407 xxxx*@Product : xxxx xxxx*@user_info_end xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Here is the regex I used to capture the user details

if( $file_content =~ m/(.*?\@user_info_start.*?\n)(.*)(.*?\@user_info_ +end.*$)/si){ my $user_info= $2; }

All is well. I learn by answering your questions...

In reply to Re^2: processing file content as string vs array by vinoth.ree
in thread processing file content as string vs array by vinoth.ree

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