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Re: Hits on a reg expression

by Grygonos (Chaplain)
on Sep 15, 2003 at 20:13 UTC ( #291643=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Hits on a reg expression

First of all, we need to see the data that should match more than once. For example

This is my abcdef page. That contains many instances of abcdef.  So far I can count 2 instances of abcdef... oops that makes 3.

Without knowing what the page looks like and how many hits it should get, it's hard to gauge whether your output of 1 is incorrect. Also, checking the contents of the scalar you are pushing could lead to some interesting discoveries. This may not be your exact code, but if you haven't checked its contents, I would highly reccomend it.

Also, using scalar to pring out the size of the array may be unneccesary in your perl version. In 5.8, I don't know how far this dates back, you can print the size of the array by simply issuing print @files;

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