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Hey GS, try this. It's not fancy, but it does the job...
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; my $filename = "ifconfig.txt"; # my @junk; open(JUNK, $filename)|| die "Cannot open file $filename!"; @junk = <JUNK>; close(JUNK); my ($interface, $istatus, $item); foreach $item (@junk) { chop $item; $interface = $item if ($item =~ m/^[A-z][A-z][0-9]:/); $istatus=""; if ($item =~ m/status:/) { my @sjunk = split (/ /, $item); $istatus = $sjunk[$#sjunk]; $istatus = $sjunk[$#sjunk-1] . " " . $sjunk[$#sjunk] if ($istatus + ne "active"); } print "$interface $istatus\n" if ($istatus ne ""); }

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