The record sets start with <product> on its own line and while the </product> is suppose to be on its own line sometimes it isn't and the scheme is flexible that it doesn't have it, but this is just to describe what the file looks like; basically the record set starts at <product> and ends at </product>.
What I needs to a Perl script that will yank the entire record set from <product> to </product> with everything inbetween if the value of <b002>product date</b002> is greater or equal to a specific date. The date info would be in YYYYMMDD form.
So if the record set has a date greater or equal to 20150122 then it would be extracted from the source file. I do have similar scripts, but nothing like a function to evaluate the data value like that. Thanks
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