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I guess it might depend on the bigger picture of what you're trying to 
do.  I assume ABCDEF is just an example.   Do you want to exlude 
ANYTHING that is prefixed by '% ' ?

If so, you could simply do something like this in perl in the context of 
a loop:

/^% / && next;


that's assuming it's starting a line.

My point is, I don't know that you've provided enough info regarding 
what you're actually trying to accomplish.

-- 
Until later, Geoffrey


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