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Well, your input data doesn't seem to match your desired output data very well. Are the date, time, and feature name missing from the output intentionally, or were they omitted from the result file by accident?

Are you allowed to write your program in C? Crunch time isn't where you should be learning a new language, and I think with your experience you should be able to punch this out in C++ overnight.

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Re: Re: Converting logs to CSV format (desperate help)
by pelp (Initiate) on Oct 16, 2002 at 06:05 UTC
    IndyZ:

    I intentionally left out date, time and feature name. I'm not too concern about htat now.

    Actually, somone said it would be quicker in PERL than C++.

    So far I'm on a good track.

      Actually, somone said it would be quicker in PERL than C++.
      You have a work task due tomorrow.

      You have 3 years experience with C++, and only 2 months experience with perl, and someone told you it'd be quicker to do it in perl?

      Wha?????