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throw perl to swine
Authored by: code_monkey on Aug 06, '02 03:14:46PM

Same kind'a thing but with file input/output:

#!/usr/bin/perl -w
use strict;

if(($#ARGV) != 1)
print "Need java file and output file names/paths; i.e. /home/monkey/ /home/monkey/foo.log\n";

my $java_file = $ARGV[0]; #the filename and path of the file containing the data tobe imported.
my $report_file = $ARGV[1]; #filename and path of the report file.

open (FILEHANDLE, "<$java_file") || die $!;
while (<FILEHANDLE>)
my $inline = $_;
if($inline =~/^\s*(private|public)\s+(?:\s*static\s*|\s*final\s*|\s*transient\s*)*\s*(\w+)\s+(\w+)\s*[\;|\=]/)

sub add_to_file
my ($scope, $type, $var) = @_;
my $name = ucfirst($var);
open (FH, ">>$report_file") || die $!;
print FH "\npublic $type get$name()";
print FH "\n{";
print FH "\n return $var;";
print FH "\n}\n";
print FH "\npublic void set$name($type val)";
print FH "\n{";
print FH "\n $var = val;";
print FH "\n}\n";

prolly loads of cases i've missed in that regex; but hey, half the fun is filling in the blanks ;)

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