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Splitting number

Posted on 2001-09-13
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Have the following line:

$line = "Worldpay (12676141)";

This is what I need:
$test="12676141";

and $line has be change to:
$line = "Worldpay (<a href=\"http://www.test.com/test.cgi?test=1&we=2\">12676141</a>)";

How to do that!
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Question by:weversbv
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by:bigbed
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$line =~ s{^(.*?)\((.*?)\)$}{$1 (<a href=\"....\">$2</a>)};
$test = $2;
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webmaster_prodex earned 50 total points
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to be exactly get numbers u would need

$line =~ s/(.*)\(([\d]*)\)/$1<a href="some url">$2<\/a>/ig;
$test = $2;
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