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I'm trying to create a log file, to log phone numbers in the file that aren't 10 digits, been searching the documentation on adding an array variable into the log file, but had no such luck , I need some guidance.
# Read in all rows from existing file my $rows = read_excel($in_file); my $headers = [ "source_id", "first_name", "middle", "last_name", "address1", "city", "state", "postal_code", "phone_number", "address3", "province", "email", ]; my $CA_zip = 19005; # Update the rows for my $row (@$rows) { if ($row->[6] eq 'CA' && ! $row->[7]) { $row->[7] = $CA_zip; } elsif ($row->[8] >10 || $row->[8] < 10) { my $a = ($rows); } } # add headers as first row unshift(@$rows, $headers); # Write the updated rows to new file my $col_num = scalar @$headers - 1; write_excel($out_file, $rows, $col_num); sub read_excel { my ( $file, $sheet ) = @_; $sheet ||= 0; my $parser = Spreadsheet::ParseXLSX->new(); my $workbook = $parser->parse($file); if ( not defined $workbook ) { die $parser->error; } my $worksheet = $workbook->worksheet($sheet); my ( $row_min, $row_max ) = $worksheet->row_range(); my ( $col_min, $col_max ) = $worksheet->col_range(); my @rows; for my $row ( $row_min .. $row_max ) { my @cells; for my $col ( $col_min .. $col_max ) { my $cell = $worksheet->get_cell( $row, $col ); if (not $cell) { push(@cells,''); next; } my $value = $cell->value(); push(@cells,$value); } push(@rows,\@cells); } return \@rows; } sub write_excel { my ( $file, $rows, $col_max ) = @_; my $workbook = Excel::Writer::XLSX->new( $file ); if ( not defined $workbook ) { die "Could not open file: $!"; } my $worksheet = $workbook->add_worksheet(); my $worksheet2 = $workbook->add_worksheet(); my $row_num = 0; for my $row ( @$rows ) { for my $col (0 .. $col_max) { $worksheet->write( $row_num, $col, $row->[$col] ); } $row_num++; use Log::Log4perl qw(get_logger); #Defining configuration my $config = q( log4perl.logger = ERROR, FileApp log4perl.appender.FileApp = Log::Log4perl::Append +er::File log4perl.appender.FileApp.filename = test.log log4perl.appender.FileApp.layout = PatternLayout log4perl.appender.FileApp.layout.ConversionPattern = %d> % +m%n $a ); #logging behavior Log::Log4perl->init( \$config ); my $logger = Log::Log4perl::get_logger(""); $logger->error("Oh my, a dreadful error!"); $logger->warn("Oh my, a dreadful warning!"); } $workbook->close(); return; }

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