Search::Equidistance - Perl extension for blah blah blah
use Search::Equidistance; decode ($search_string, $MAXSKIP, $file);
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First converts file to contiguous_single_line text composed of alphabets and digits only. Then for skip 1(normal text) thru MAXSKIP, generates partial texts, searches the string (case-insensitive, forward, and reverse) and lists the find as follows. Example output: $ run_decode.pl ABC 5 code.10000 [Skip=3] <0:3334>CBA(405)ABC(811) <1:3333>CBA(1249) [Skip=4] <2:2500>CBA(900) [Skip=5] <0:2000>CBA(1115) <4:2000>ABC(406)CBA(1827) "=== String ABC are found 7 times (forward & reverse) ===" where [Skip=3] has 3 partial texts (text-0, text-1, text-2) <0:3334> means text-0 (of length 3334), code.10000 being length 10000 CBA(405)ABC(811) => string CBA found in position 405, and ABC in position 811 (starting position 0)
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Hack Sung Lee, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright 2003 by Hack Sung Lee
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