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'$myhash{SBLLNXSRVRHOSTS})' has server names like -- dvapoms1,dvapoms2
The code shows below things --
@mylnxsrvrs = split(',', $myhash{SBLLNXSRVRHOSTS}); @mywinsrvrs = split(',', $myhash{SBLWINSRVRHOSTS}); @mysblroot = split(',', $myhash{SIEBELROOT}); @mysblsrvrpath = (',',$myhash{SBLSRVRPATH}); foreach $something (@mylnxsrvrs) {my $lnxsrvr = "$something"; printf "$something $lnxsrvr\n\n";} ##dvapoms1 dvapoms1 ##dvapoms2 dvapoms2 printf "$lnxsrvr\n"; ##"shows null" printf "@mylnxsrvrs"; ##dvapoms1 dvapoms2
Hope this clears the point. I need to catch dvapoms1 in $lnxsrvr.

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