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Jeff 'japhy' Pinyan
April 2, 2002 09:56
Re: Remove a character from a string
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On Apr 2, Vitor Carlos Flausino said:

>is there any *smart* of puting all characters in lowrecase and at the 
>same time remove the characters I want...
>if ($line=~ /^.+: SMTP-Accept:.+:(.+):(\d+):\d+:(.+)$/) {
>                 ($sender=$1)=~tr/A-Z/a-z/;
>                 $sender=~tr/>/d;

You should use lc() instead of tr/// to get lowercase text.

  ($sender = lc $1) =~ tr/<>//d;

Jeff "japhy" Pinyan
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