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#1: Removing trailing newlines -

Posted on 2008-04-23 13:31:18 by John

I want to read a file line-by line and write it line by line to another file.
Regarless of environment I want newline start with DOS's \x0d\x0a

Here's the code snippet:

$ii=open(MYHAN,"<file01.htm");
open(MYHAN2,">>receive.htm");
binmode(MYHAN);
binmode(MYHAN2);
while ($line=<MYHAN>)
{
chomp($line);
$line=~s/\x0d//g; # probably unnecessary
$line=~s/\x0a//g;
print MYHAN2 $rivi."testing\x0d\x0a";
}
close MYHAN;
closeMYHAN2;


The problem is that I get in "receive.txt" I get ending
"balhblahtesting[CR][CR][LF]" where [CR] mean carriage return and [LF] line feed.

Why is this happening? I've chomped and ~s'd the $line. I've also binmoded both
file handles for good measure.

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#2: Re: Removing trailing newlines -

Posted on 2008-04-23 13:56:10 by John

John <John.Smith@invalid.com> wrote:

>I want to read a file line-by line and write it line by line to another file.
>Regarless of environment I want newline start with DOS's \x0d\x0a
>
>Here's the code snippet:
>
$ii=open(MYHAN,"<file01.htm");
open(MYHAN2,">>receive.htm");
binmode(MYHAN);
binmode(MYHAN2);
while ($line=<MYHAN>)
{
chomp($line);
$line=~s/\x0d//g; # probably unnecessary
$line=~s/\x0a//g;
print MYHAN2 $line."testing\x0d\x0a";
}
close MYHAN;
close MYHAN2;

oops there was a typo - I had cut the code from another source but problem
remains teh same.

>
>
>The problem is that I get in "receive.txt" I get ending
>"balhblahtesting[CR][CR][LF]" where [CR] mean carriage return and [LF] line feed.
>
>Why is this happening? I've chomped and ~s'd the $line. I've also binmoded both
>file handles for good measure.

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#3: Re: Removing trailing newlines -

Posted on 2008-04-23 14:00:44 by Frank Seitz

John wrote:
>
> The problem is that I get in "receive.txt" I get ending
> "balhblahtesting[CR][CR][LF]" where [CR] mean carriage return and [LF] line feed.
>
> Why is this happening? I've chomped and ~s'd the $line.

chomp() removes the value of $/ - i.e. LF on Unix, not CRLF.

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#4: Re: Removing trailing newlines -

Posted on 2008-04-23 14:19:45 by benkasminbullock

On Wed, 23 Apr 2008 14:31:18 +0300, John wrote:

> Why is this happening? I've chomped and ~s'd the $line. I've also
> binmoded both file handles for good measure.

I rewrote your code as follows and didn't get the error you mention on
either Ubuntu Linux or Windows or Cygwin:

#!/usr/bin/perl
use warnings;
use strict;
open(MYHAN,"<", "testcrs.pl") or die $!;
open(MYHAN2,">", "receive.txt") or die $!;
binmode(MYHAN);
binmode(MYHAN2);
while (my $line=<MYHAN>)
{
chomp($line);
$line=~s/\x0d//g; # probably unnecessary
$line=~s/\x0a//g;
print MYHAN2 $line." testing R\x0dS\x0aT";
}
close MYHAN;
close MYHAN2;

Note that the "binmode" is essential here - without that what you
describe is the expected behaviour on Windows. The most likely cause of
the problem is that "open (MYHAN2" ... actually failed and you were
looking at an old version of the file before you'd used the "binmode"
statement, or perhaps you didn't scroll down far enough (since originally
it was appending to receive.txt rather than overwriting it).

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#5: Re: Removing trailing newlines -

Posted on 2008-04-23 14:20:50 by benkasminbullock

On Wed, 23 Apr 2008 14:00:44 +0200, Frank Seitz wrote:

> John wrote:
>>
>> The problem is that I get in "receive.txt" I get ending
>> "balhblahtesting[CR][CR][LF]" where [CR] mean carriage return and [LF]
>> line feed.
>>
>> Why is this happening? I've chomped and ~s'd the $line.
>
> chomp() removes the value of $/ - i.e. LF on Unix, not CRLF.

That can't be the solution, because he also used global substitutions to
remove any line feeds or carriage returns in the string $line.

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#6: Re: Removing trailing newlines -

Posted on 2008-04-23 14:35:47 by John

Ben Bullock <benkasminbullock@gmail.com> wrote:

>On Wed, 23 Apr 2008 14:31:18 +0300, John wrote:
>
>> Why is this happening? I've chomped and ~s'd the $line. I've also
>> binmoded both file handles for good measure.
>
>I rewrote your code as follows and didn't get the error you mention on
>either Ubuntu Linux or Windows or Cygwin:
>
>#!/usr/bin/perl
>use warnings;
>use strict;
>open(MYHAN,"<", "testcrs.pl") or die $!;
>open(MYHAN2,">", "receive.txt") or die $!;
>binmode(MYHAN);
>binmode(MYHAN2);
>while (my $line=<MYHAN>)
> {
> chomp($line);
> $line=~s/\x0d//g; # probably unnecessary
> $line=~s/\x0a//g;
> print MYHAN2 $line." testing R\x0dS\x0aT";
> }
>close MYHAN;
>close MYHAN2;
>
>Note that the "binmode" is essential here - without that what you
>describe is the expected behaviour on Windows. The most likely cause of
>the problem is that "open (MYHAN2" ... actually failed and you were
>looking at an old version of the file before you'd used the "binmode"
>statement, or perhaps you didn't scroll down far enough (since originally
>it was appending to receive.txt rather than overwriting it).



I copied you example and still get the problem. The receive.txt looks like below
#!/usr/bin/perl testing R
S
Tuse warnings; testing R
S
Tuse strict; testing R
S
T testing R
S
Tprint "Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1\n\n"; testing R
S
.....

I added some html lines:

#!/usr/bin/perl
use warnings;
use strict;

print "Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1\n\n";
print '<html>';
print '<head>';
print '<title>Hello</title>';
print '<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">';
print '</head>';


open(MYHAN,"<", "testcrs.pl") or die $!;
open(MYHAN2,">", "receive.txt") or die $!;
binmode(MYHAN);
binmode(MYHAN2);
while (my $line=<MYHAN>)
{
chomp($line);
$line=~s/\x0d//g; # probably unnecessary
$line=~s/\x0a//g;
print MYHAN2 $line." testing R\x0dS\x0aT";
}
close MYHAN;
close MYHAN2;

print '</html>';

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#7: Re: Removing trailing newlines -

Posted on 2008-04-23 14:50:23 by benkasminbullock

On Wed, 23 Apr 2008 15:35:47 +0300, John wrote:

> I copied you example and still get the problem.

It's probably an error elsewhere, not in Perl.

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#8: Re: Removing trailing newlines -

Posted on 2008-04-23 16:44:22 by John

Ben Bullock <benkasminbullock@gmail.com> wrote:

>On Wed, 23 Apr 2008 15:35:47 +0300, John wrote:
>
>> I copied you example and still get the problem.
>
>It's probably an error elsewhere, not in Perl.

You are right! My bad. Wasted hours on this. The problem was that when I
downloaded the file the ftp client program was set to "Auto" and it added the
extra CR's. When I set it to "Binary" the files came down OK.

Thanks for the help!

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#9: Re: Removing trailing newlines -

Posted on 2008-04-24 18:44:54 by glex_no-spam

John wrote:

> I copied you example and still get the problem. The receive.txt looks like below
[...]
> I added some html lines:

Yeah, that's usually the first step in debugging any program.

1. Always add HTML. That'll fix 99% of your coding errors.

:-)

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#10: Re: Removing trailing newlines -

Posted on 2008-04-24 22:29:11 by Chris Mattern

On 2008-04-24, J. Gleixner <glex_no-spam@qwest-spam-no.invalid> wrote:
> John wrote:
>
>> I copied you example and still get the problem. The receive.txt looks like below
> [...]
>> I added some html lines:
>
> Yeah, that's usually the first step in debugging any program.
>
> 1. Always add HTML. That'll fix 99% of your coding errors.
>
>:-)

That's ridiculous. You have to add XML. XML solves *everything*.


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