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Dear Monks

I have a text file such as this;
[Microsoft MediaPlayer Settings 1.0] Script_Path=apps\microsoft\mediaplayersettings\1.0\go\mediaplayersetti +ngs10.go Information=Go Success Install_Start_Time=05/26/2004 5:55:36 PM Install_End_Time=05/26/2004 5:55:40 PM [Microsoft Windows Journal Viewer v1.5] Script_Path=apps\microsoft\journalviewer\1.5\go\journalviewer.go UTC_Timestamp=06/03/2003 17:04:10 GoScript_Checksum=66665 Install_Start_Time=05/26/2004 5:58:24 PM Install_End_Time=05/26/2004 5:58:34 PM [Company RAC 1.0] Script_Path=apps\company\remoteaccessclient\1.0\go\uninstallvs.go UTC_Timestamp=03/03/2003 18:19:05 GoScript_Checksum=175108 Product version=1.0 PM [Microsoft Resource Kit v1.0] Script_Path=apps\company\msreskitxp\go\msreskitxp.go GoScript_Checksum=69503 Product version=1.0 Install_End_Time=05/26/2004 6:00:42 PM [Microsoft Remote Console Setup v2.02] Script_Path=apps\company\msreskitxp\go\rcsetup.go UTC_Timestamp=05/24/2002 01:19:33 GoScript_Checksum=56813 [Microsoft PowerToys for Windows XP 1.00] Script_Path=apps\microsoft\powertoysforwindowsxp\1.00\go\powertoysforw +indowsxp100.go
I need to capture all the [] followed by the script path. For Example ;
[Microsoft MediaPlayer Settings 1.0] Script_Path=apps\microsoft\mediaplayersettings\1.0\go\mediaplayersetti +ngs10.go [Microsoft Resource Kit v1.0] Script_Path=apps\company\msreskitxp\go\msreskitxp.go [Microsoft PowerToys for Windows XP 1.00] Script_Path=apps\microsoft\powertoysforwindowsxp\1.00\go\powertoysforw +indowsxp100.go
I wrote this script;
use strict; use vars qw/@source_go/; open (LST,"$ARGV[0]/"."c\$/program files/common files/morgan stanley s +ysadmin/config/go.ini")||die "Cannot find Go.ini file\n"; chomp (my @go = <LST>); for my $data (@go) { my $go_rec; if ($data =~ /^[^a-z]/i) { #print "\n$data : \n"; $go_rec->{app} = $data if ($data); } if ($data =~ /^Script_path/i) { #print "$data\n"; $go_rec->{path} = $data if ($data); } push (@source_go, $go_rec); } for my $item (@source_go) { next if (! $item->{app}); print "$item->{app} : "; print "$item->{path} \n"; }
However, I do get many empty array elements in my source_go array and I feel there is more effecient way for doing this! I am asking you wise monks if there is a better way to capture the text in between the square bracketts followed by the script path?

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