modify text data with additional column

Posted on 2011-02-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Pls refer to my earlier question:

If there are additional columns like time-range; please help in handling that.

Sample text:
      permit      tcp                 10_12_10_0      23      host_10_14_0_181      range      1525      1527     time-range      2Days
      permit      tcp      10_12_10_0      23      host_10_14_4_16            range      1525      1527            time-range      30Days

I would need final output as:
scheduler-name 2Days
source 10_12_10_0_23 destination host_10_14_0_181 application tcp_1525_1527

scheduler-name 30Days
source 10_12_10_0_23 destination host_10_14_0_181 application tcp_1525_1527

Other than all existing rules; need one additional line for each time-range value.

Thank you.
Question by:dpk_wal
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Accepted Solution

sjklein42 earned 500 total points
ID: 34957838

sub FlushIt
	if ( $timeRange ne '' )
		print "scheduler-name $timeRange\n";
		undef $timeRange;

	my @sources = sort(keys(%sources));
	my $sourceCount = @sources;
	my $sourceString = ($sourceCount > 1 ) ? ( "[ " . join(" ",@sources) . " ]" ) : $sources[0];

	my @destinations = sort(keys(%destinations));
	my $destinationCount = @destinations;
	my $destinationString = ($destinationCount > 1 ) ? ( "[ " . join(" ",@destinations) . " ]" ) : $destinations[0];

	my @protocols = sort(keys(%protocols));
	my $protocolCount = @protocols;
	my $protocolString = join("_",@protocols) . "_" . $minPort . (( $maxPort ne '' ) ? ("_" . $maxPort) : '');

	print "source $sourceString destination $destinationString application $protocolString\n";

	undef %sources;
	undef %destinations;
	undef %protocols;

while ( <> )

	if ( $_ eq '' ) { FlushIt(); }
		# All IP subnets starting with 10_ and followed by two digit mask;
		# should get listed as subnet_mask in the final output.
		# Eg, in text above, 10_12_10_0      23 should get listed as 10_12_10_0_23

		while ( s/(\s+10\_[0-9\_]+)\s+([0-9]+)(\s+)/$1\_$2$3/ ) {}

		#       permit      tcp      host_10_14_1_50            host_10_13_5_46      range      1531      1550
		#       permit      tcp      host_10_14_1_50            host_10_13_5_46      range      1531      1550    time-range      2Days

		s/^\s+//;		# trim leading spaces
		s/\s+$//;		# trim trailing spaces

		($disposition, $protocol, $source, $destination, $operator, $minPort, $maxPort, $timeRangeLabel, $timeRange) = split(/\s+/);

		$sources{$source} = 1;
		$destinations{$destination} = 1;
		$protocols{$protocol} = 1;


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c:\temp>perl foo.dat
scheduler-name 2Days
source 10_12_10_0_23 destination host_10_14_0_181 application tcp_1525_1527
scheduler-name 30Days
source 10_12_10_0_23 destination host_10_14_4_16 application tcp_1525_1527

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Not sure if there are supposed to be blank lines between the two outputs or not.  Let me know if you need blank line separator.
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ID: 34959897
Thank you; didn't pick up all time-range but am done here for now!!

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