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Is it possible to substitue 1 value with 'n' number of values???

Discussion in 'Perl' started by newbie_10, Jul 26, 2011.

  1. newbie_10

    newbie_10 New Member

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    Example:

    Input:
    FRSVTu_ORT_TRU

    Output:
    FRSVT0_ORT_TRU
    FRSVT1_ORT_TRU
    FRSVT2_ORT_TRU
    FRSVT3_ORT_TRU

    is there a way to do this using perl scripting?
     
  2. ansh batra

    ansh batra New Member

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    $a='FRSVTu_ORT_TRU';
    $a=~ //;
    for($i=0;$i<5;$i++)
    {
    print"$`$i$'\n";
    }
    everything is posible in perl :)
     

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