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Insert character between values.

Insert character between values.

Insert character between values.

(OP)
I have a script I found that I am trying to adapt to read the ASCII characters of a file and convert them all to decimal. The script works but I can not tell the values apart once they are printed. I.E: 101961245175 but I need: 101:96:12:45:175
I don't care what the separator value is I just figured a colon would do well.

Here is the script I have;

CODE --> Perl

perl -lne 'chomp; @x=unpack("C* ",$_); print @x' test.txt 

Thanks,
Cybex

RE: Insert character between values.

Hi

Until the unpack gurus wake up, a workaround :

CODE

perl -lne 'chomp; @x=unpack("C* ",$_); print join ":",@x' test.txt 

Feherke.
http://feherke.github.com/

RE: Insert character between values.

This

CODE -->

perl -lne 'chomp; @x=unpack("C* ",$_); print "@x\n"' test.txt 
will use a space as the separator (and add a newline at the end). For any other separator

CODE -->

perl -lne 'chomp; @x=unpack("C* ",$_); print join(":",@x)' test.txt 

Franco
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