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Validate text in a file.

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  1. Tsvikash

    Tsvikash New Member

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    :confused: Hi Guys,

    I have no idea how to writing Perl but I know the Perl can be very helpful.
    I need help with some script.
    I have Linux machine (RedHat).
    Sometimes I use WireShark on that machine to sniff traffic.
    I would like to take the Wireshark file and export it to my PC (or locally) to a text file.
    Now, using Perl script I would like to validate parameters or text in the text file.
    I will very appreciate the help, and hope I not impolite.
    Have a nice day to all.

    Tsvika
     
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    You can't just learn Perl like that! You'll have to start from scratch! Btw, what does that text file contain?
     
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    Tsvikash New Member

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    Hi,

    Thank you for your respond.
    I start learning Perl but I'm not good enough.
    The text file I talking about is just a text file with parameters.
    I mean, I use the software Ethereal to capture SIP protocol, and then I convert the Ethereal file to a text file.
    And then I would like to check if some words or numbers appear in it. And the script will tell me if it’s true or false.
    Thanks again,

    Tsvika
     

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