Perl Script - Remove column of data based on column value


I need to remove a column of data based on the column value.

File1.txt - Before

File1.txt - After

Any help would be great.
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MazdajaiCommented: file1.txt

while (<>) {
	@s = split /\|/,;
	$s[1] =~ s/00//g;
	print join('|',$s[0],$s[1],$s[2]);

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Mazdajai's answer doesn't quite do what you want.

Call this as: file1.txt 00
use strict;
use warnings;
use Fatal qw(open close);
my $file = shift or die "Usage: $0 <input_file> <value_to_remove>\n";
my $val = shift or die "Usage: $0 <input_file> <value_to_remove>\n";
open IN, $file;
while (<IN>) {
    my @a = split m{\|};
    $a[1] = '' if ($a[1] eq $val);
    print join('|', @a), "\n";
close IN;

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