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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

In reply to Re: Perl script to print Next line after Pattern Matching by si_lence
in thread Perl script to print Next line after Pattern Matching by rajkrishna89

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