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populating hash from a file??

Posted by revtopo (revtopo), 26 October 2007
hi there,

I have to populate a hash from a file which is tab delimited

my code is:

   my ($id, $window_start, $window_count, $counts) = split /\t/;
   my $window_id = "$id,$window_start";
   $window_counts{$window_id} =$counts;
how could we increment for each of the line in file

the file is  similar to this::
11, 500, 182
1,501, 1000, 2
1, 10001, 1500, 172

Posted by george_Ball (george), 26 October 2007
You are splitting the line on tab, but the sample data suggests that the fields are comma separated. Is this right?

Also, what exactly are you trying to increment?

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