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Kiran - you need to learn to boil down your questions, use <readmore> and <code> tags where appropriate, and provide the code you've attempted to use (and how it is not fitting your requirements). And, preferably, concentrate on a single problem at a time - not a bunch of "operations". Your posts feel like an abuse of the monks. At the very least, scanning them has become an abuse on my eyes...

My "Inputs" therefore are to read the PerlMonks FAQ thoroughly before posting anything further.


In reply to Re: Adding object identifiers corresponding to matched headers and sub-headers. by Tanktalus
in thread Adding object identifiers corresponding to matched headers and sub-headers. by Kiran Kumar K V N

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