in reply to Perl script to print Next line after Pattern Matching

Not as compact as the answer of mr.nick. This might be an advantage or not, you decide ..
use strict; use warnings; my $print_flag = 'N'; while (<DATA>) { if ($print_flag eq 'Y') { print; $print_flag = 'N'; } $print_flag = 'Y' if m/^Customer ID: Yes/; } __DATA__ Customer ID: none VT : 002/89 Customer ID: Yes VT: 001/89 Customer ID: none VT: 006/85 Customer ID: Yes VT: 003/56