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Old 07-13-2018, 07:30 AM   #26
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Re: Help with text file trim and create 2 tables

SEGMENT : CLASS1                                            Print Date 04-07-2018 12:40:37     Page       6 of 2000
 MOM ID: 1100       PQR - Test25
 Department Name: DEFAULT NAME1                                           CAT                  ABR120

 1                   10          1,000.00  Rej Reason : Sxxxxxxx Ixxxxxx
					   		No Exceptions or Warnings encountered
					   InstXXXXX  Rejected
 Total Amount:           2,000.00
 Other Reference Details:                                Axxxxxxx Bxxxxx        Hold Fxxxxx       Unxxxxxx          CA Lxxxx
 1234567890123       INR PQR                               1,000.00                0.00               0.00                 0.00
This one is worse, and not sure if there is a way around this. This one does not have the header for S_No, Instrument, and amount. What is actually going on with the report here? Is this just a cut and paste error. Looks like a whole section is missing. Does this happen in other places? This would get extremely hard to apply any logic to extract those elements.
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