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Hi all

I am working on a coded file, which has the format as follows

<act>Key</act><emp>3384</emp><job>78082</job><chap>6</chap><pg>20</pg> +<time>0.7</time><prod>114.285714285714</prod> <act>Reconcile</act><emp>3017</emp><job>78062</job><chap>2-7</chap><pg +>0</pg><time>1.4</time><prod>Insufficient Information</prod> <act>Training</act><emp>3384</emp><job>77654</job><chap>-</chap><pg>0< +/pg><time>5.1</time><prod>Non-Billable</prod> <act>Management</act><emp>3017</emp><job>77893</job><chap>-</chap><pg> +0</pg><time>4.4</time><prod>Non-Billable</prod> <act>Break</act><emp>3379</emp><job>33843</job><chap>-</chap><pg>0</pg +><time>0.2</time><prod>Non-Billable</prod> <act>Excess overload</act><emp>3379</emp><job>77570</job><chap>14</cha +p><pg>1</pg><time>0.5</time><prod>6.66666666666667</prod> <act>Management</act><emp>3123</emp><job>88898</job><chap>-</chap><pg> +0</pg><time>0.5</time><prod>Non-Billable</prod> <act>Management</act><emp>3123</emp><job>22304</job><chap>-</chap><pg> +0</pg><time>0.3</time><prod>Insufficient Information</prod> <act>Management</act><emp>3123</emp><job>11121</job><chap>-</chap><pg> +0</pg><time>1.4</time><prod>Non-Billable</prod> <act>Adapt</act><emp>3123</emp><job>78143</job><chap>08-</chap><pg>0</ +pg><time>0.3</time><prod>Insufficient Information</prod> <act>Import</act><emp>3417</emp><job>76584</job><chap>App K</chap><pg> +4</pg><time>1.0</time><prod>11.4285714285714</prod> <act>Break</act><emp>3123</emp><job>22732</job><chap>-</chap><pg>0</pg +><time>0.4</time><prod>50.65687</prod> <act>key</act><emp>3123</emp><job>78143</job><chap>08</chap><pg>0</pg> +<time>3.3</time><prod>45.5544</prod> <act>Supervision</act><emp>3192</emp><job>54281</job><chap>-</chap><pg +>0</pg><time>4.0</time><prod>Non-Billable</prod>

In the above file, <emp> is the employee number and I want to print the average productivity <prod> of every <emp>. This should not consider if there is no productivity number specified in the <prod> element (eg. Non billable or Insufficient information). The output should be similar to

3384 - 114.285714285714 3379 - 3017 - 3379 - 6.66666666666667 3123 - 48.105635 3417 - 11.4285714285714 3192 -

I tried the following code, but I could not get it.

while(<F5>) { for my $a(0..$#inlst) { if($_ =~ /<emp>@inlst[$a]<\/emp>/) { $_ =~ /<prod>(.+?)<\/prod>/g; $prod=$1; if($prod > 0) { $sum=$sum+$prod; } } } print "@inlst[$a]\t$sum\n"; } }

@inlst will contain all the employee codes in it. Can anyone help me on this?


In reply to Help in manipulating values from two arrays by rsriram

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