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  • perl one liner alternative to this bash "chain"?

    - by Michael Mao
    Hello everyone: I am trying to comprehend Perl following the way describe in the book "Minimal Perl". I've uploaded all source txt files onto my own server : results folder I got the output from using several bash commands in a "chain" like this: cat run*.txt | grep '^Bank[[:space:]]Balance'| cut -d ':' -f2 | grep -E '\$[0-9]+' I know this is far from the most concise and efficient, but at least it works... As our uni subject now moves onto the Perl part, I'd like to know if there is a way to get the same results in one line? I am trying something like the following code but stuck in the middle: Chenxi [email protected] /cygdrive/c/eMarket/output $ perl -wlne 'print; if $n=~/^Bank Balance/' syntax error at -e line 1, near "if $n" Execution of -e aborted due to compilation errors.

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  • manual install perl-5.10.1-3.tar.bz2 on cygwin

    - by Jason
    Hi, I have the binaries: perl-5.10.1-3.tar.bz2 and I don't have access (admin privileges) to run setup.exe for cygwin, my question is how can I install manually inside cygwin the module for perl: perl-5.10.1-3.tar.bz2 ? (or maybe can I get the sources and compile? can someone tell me please how?) thanks

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  • Speed improvements for Perl's chameneos-redux in the Computer Language Benchmarks Game

    - by Robert P
    Ever looked at the Computer Language Benchmarks Game (formerly known as the Great Language Shootout)? Perl has some pretty healthy competition there at the moment. It also occurs to me that there's probably some places that Perl's scores could be improved. The biggest one is in the chameneos-redux script right now—the Perl version runs the worst out of any language: 1,626 times slower than the C baseline solution! There are some restrictions on how the programs can be made and optimized, and there is Perl's interpreted runtime penalty, but 1,626 times? There's got to be something that can get the runtime of this program way down. Taking a look at the source code and the challenge, how can the speed be improved?

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  • Running Perl on Windows 7 error

    - by Eyla
    Greeting, I'm trying to run smaple perl script on windows 7 and I configured IIS 7 to allow activeperl to run but I'm getting this error: HTTP Error 502.2 - Bad Gateway The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete set of HTTP headers. The headers it did return are "Hello World. ". Module CgiModule Notification ExecuteRequestHandler Handler Perl Script (PL) Error Code 0x00000000 Requested URL http://localhost:80/hello.pl Physical Path C:\inetpub\wwwroot\hello.pl Logon Method Anonymous Logon User Anonymous and here is my perl script : #!/usr/bin/perl print "Hello World.\n"; please any advice to handle this case!!!

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  • Perl glob one liner

    - by user260826
    Im working in a perl one liner to invert the contents of my file contents or perform operations, I was able to generate the script and one liner, but this one liner only works by entering file by file. perl -i -ne '$a=reverse $_;print "$a\n"' <filename> I want to change my one liner to get input from a range of files but when i do: perl -i -ne '$a=reverse $_;print "$a\n"' | ls -al I just get screen output of ls -al Not sure how to proceed. Thanks

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  • Perl Lingua giving weird error on install

    - by user299306
    I am trying to install perl Lingua onto a unix system (ubuntu, latest version). Of course I am root. when I go into the package to install using 'perl Makefile.pl' I get this dumb error: [[email protected] Lingua-Lid-0.01]# perl Makefile.PL /opt/ls//lib does not exist at Makefile.PL line 48. I have tried playing with the path on line 48, nothing changes, here is what line 48-50 looks like: Line 48: die "$BASE/lib does not exist" unless -d "$BASE/lib"; Line 49: die "$BASE/include does not exist" unless -d "$BASE/include"; Line 50: die "lid.h is missing in $BASE/include" unless -e "$BASE/includ/lid.h"; The variable $BASE is declared as this: $BASE = "/opt/ls/" if ($^O eq "linux" or $^O eq "solaris"); $BASE = "/usr/local/" if ($^O eq "freebsd"); $BASE = $ENV{LID_BASE_DIR} if (defined $ENV{LID_BASE_DIR}); Now the perl program I am trying to write simply look like this (just my base): #!/usr/bin/perl use Lingua::LinkParser; use strict; print "Hello world!\n"; When I run this trying to use Lingua, here is my error: [[email protected] assign4]# ./perl_parser_1.pl Can't locate Lingua/LinkParser.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.10.0/x86_64-linux-thread-multi /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.10.0 /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.10.0/x86_64-linux-thread-multi /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.10.0 /usr/lib/perl5/5.10.0/x86_64-linux-thread-multi /usr/lib/perl5/5.10.0 /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl .) at ./perl_parser_1.pl line 3. BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at ./perl_parser_1.pl line 3. Tried insalling this from cpan, still doesn't properly work.

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  • What are codepad.org's Perl runner limitations?

    - by Lemurik
    Sometimes I see people use http://codepad.org as a way to quickly run/test their Perl snippets (it supports doing that with a wide variety of languages, from C to Scheme to Perl). It's pretty obvious that there must be some limitations as to what code/features can be tested with codepad - does anyone know what those limitations are for Perl runner? I'll get the ball rolling on my own observation: not every CPAN module is available :(

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  • Speed improvements for Perl's chameneos-redux script in the Computer Language Benchmarks Game

    - by Robert P
    Ever looked at the Computer Language Benchmarks Game, (formerly known as the Great Language Shootout)? Perl has some pretty healthy competition there at the moment. It also occurs to me that there's probably some places that Perl's scores could be improved. The biggest one is in the chameneos-redux script right now - the Perl version runs the worst out of any language : 1,626 times slower than the C baseline solution! There are some restrictions on how the programs can be made and optimized, and there is Perl's interpreted runtime penalty, but 1,626 times? There's got to be something that can get the runtime of this program way down. Taking a look at the source code and the challenge, what do you think could be done to reduce this runtime speed?

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  • Perl - socket programming

    - by Octopus
    I have just started learning socket programming using perl. I am wondering if there is any method to send the output (STDOUT) data/images from already running scripts/tools using perl socket programming. If anyone could explain or provide reference for the same. Any suggestions to write perl programs to automate this task.

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  • Perl equivalent to Java's "throws" clausule.

    - by Konerak
    Is there a way in Perl to declare that a method can throw an error (or die)? I always loved how in Java, a method could handle an Exception and/or throw it. The method signature allows to put "throws MyException", so a good IDE/compiler would know that if you use said method somewhere in your code, you'd have to check for the Exception or declare your function to "throws" the Exception further. I'm unable to find something alike in Perl. A collegue of mine wrote a method which "dies" on incorrect input, but I forget to eval-if([email protected]) it... offcourse the error was only discovered while a user was running the application. (offcourse I doubt if there is any existing IDE that could find these kind of things for Perl, but atleast perl -cw should be able to, no?)

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  • semantics in perl

    - by clb
    i am new to perl and was asked to do a documentation on the semantics of perl.i did find some information but i cannot understand them.can some one explain it to me ion a simple way?a very simple explanation is enough.no need to go to deapth. explain how axiomatic,operatioonal and denotational semantics are implemented in perl thank you very much:)

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  • Perl copy directory excluding some files

    - by user65457
    In my Perl code, I need to copy a directory from one location to another on the same host excluding some files/patterns (e.g. *.log, ./myDir/abc.cl). What would be the optimum way of doing this in Perl across all the platforms? On windows, xcopy is one such solution. On unix platforms, is there a way to do this in perl?

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  • *** glibc detected *** perl: munmap_chunk(): invalid pointer

    - by sid_com
    At the and of a script-output (parsing a xhtml-site with XML::LibXML::Reader) I get this: * glibc detected * perl: munmap_chunk(): invalid pointer: 0x0000000000b362e0 * ======= Backtrace: ========= /lib64/libc.so.6[0x7fb84952fc76] /usr/lib64/libxml2.so.2[0x7fb848b75e17] /usr/lib64/libxml2.so.2(xmlHashFree+0xa6)[0x7fb848b691b6] ... ... ======= Memory map: ======== 00400000-0053d000 r-xp 00000000 08:01 182002 /usr/local/bin/perl 0073c000-0073d000 r--p 0013c000 08:01 182002 /usr/local/bin/perl 0073d000-00741000 rw-p 0013d000 08:01 182002 /usr/local/bin/perl 00741000-00c60000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0 [heap] 7fb8482cd000-7fb8482e3000 r-xp 00000000 08:01 2404 /lib64/libgcc_s.so.1 ... ... Is this due a bug?

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  • What are the best Perl Introductions and references?

    - by Kieveli
    I've been programming for 15+ years, and I've done perl programming 3 times in the past. Every time I come back to it, I remember nothing of the language. It's very bizarre. Now it's time to hit perl again, and I'm wondering what the best Intro / Reference / Best Practice sites are that people use. Which Perl Intro / Reference site do you recommend?

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  • Directing stdout of system command in Perl to filehandle

    - by syker
    With the open command in Perl, you can use a filehandle. However I have trouble getting back the exit code with the open command in Perl. With the system command in Perl, I can get back the exit code of the program I'm running. However I want to just redirect the STDOUT to some filehandle (no stderr). Is that possible?

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  • perl escaping \n or \t

    - by Michael
    I need to escape \n so on output I really get newline or tab $ perl -p -e 's/e/a/ge' now I want each e to be substituted with \n $ perl -p -e 's/e/\n/ge' but even \n gives me an error. this was a simplified example. In real script(makefile) I have substitute := perl -p -e 's/@([^@]+)@/defined $$ENV{$$1} ? $$ENV{$$1} : $$1/ge' and in target I have such a nice command $(substitute) $< > [email protected] and if the input file for perl contains \n at output I will see it literally... I want to have real newline.

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