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Hello trey5498- Ok, so I cleaned this up a bit and added code tags. After I installed Text::CSV, this code ran perfectly well on my machine. It basically takes every comma separated value and pushes it onto the @printerstat array. Is that what you intended? If not, you'll need to be more specific about the goal your attempting to reach and the problem you're encountering.

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use strict; use warnings; use Text::CSV; my @printerstat = (); my $file = 'inputdata.csv'; my $csv = Text::CSV->new(); open (FILE, $file) or die "Couldn't open location file: $!"; while (<FILE>) { $csv->parse($_); push(@printerstat, $csv->fields); print @printerstat; } close FILE;

In reply to Re: Need help with arrays and CSVs by jrsimmon
in thread Need help with arrays and CSVs by trey5498

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