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Posted on 2000-03-14
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in my datafile :
a=1
b=2
c=4
d=5
i opened the file n placed the data into @data
how can i create a $data which is equal to "a=1|b=2|c=4|d=5" from
the @data ?
thanx
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Question by:prinx
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chomp @data;
$data = join'|',@data;
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$data = join('|',@data);
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