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I have a file with a sequence of hex numbers, one per line. I need to get them all on one line, comma delimited. I can get the comma on the end, but how do I join up all my little scalars into an array and print?

So far I have  perl -wnl -e 's/$/,/g;print' my-devs which gives me

0001,
0002,
etc...

I want 0001,0002

thanks.
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by:mrjoltcola
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Try this?

perl -wnl -e 's/[\n\r]+/,/gm;print'
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On windows, replace single quote ' with double quote "

#If you already have the comma's, and just need to join the lines:
perl -pe 'chomp' file.txt
 
#If you need to add comma's and join the lines:
perl -pe 's/[\r\n]+/,/' file.txt

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by:Rowley
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spot on ta. -p - handy too. Other poster - sorry, didn't work.
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perl -wpl -e '$\=!s/$/,/;' my-devs
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