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Extract string from log file

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203.114.10.66 - - [01/Aug/2008:05:41:21 +0300] "GET /stat.gif?
stat=v&c=F-Secure&v=1.1%20Build%2014231&s=av%7BNorton
%20360%20%28Symantec%20Corporation%29+69%3B%7Dsw%7 BNorton
%20360%20%28Symantec%20Corporation%29+69%3B%7Dfw%7 BNorton
%20360%20%28Symantec%20Corporation%29+5%3B%7Dv%7BM icrosoft%20Windows
%20XP+insecure%3BMicrosoft%20Windows%20XP%20Profes sional+f
%3B26027%3B26447%3B26003%3B22452%3B%7D&r=0.9496 HTTP/1.1" 200 43
"http://dfstage1.f-secure.com/fshc/1.1/release/devbw/1.1.14231/
card.html" "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1;
SV1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727)"

does anyone know how can i extract certain string from this log file
using regular expression in python or using XML. can teach me.
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jo*********@googlemail.com wrote:
203.114.10.66 - - [01/Aug/2008:05:41:21 +0300] "GET /stat.gif?
stat=v&c=F-Secure&v=1.1%20Build%2014231&s=av%7BNorton
%20360%20%28Symantec%20Corporation%29+69%3B%7Dsw%7 BNorton
%20360%20%28Symantec%20Corporation%29+69%3B%7Dfw%7 BNorton
%20360%20%28Symantec%20Corporation%29+5%3B%7Dv%7BM icrosoft%20Windows
%20XP+insecure%3BMicrosoft%20Windows%20XP%20Profes sional+f
%3B26027%3B26447%3B26003%3B22452%3B%7D&r=0.9496 HTTP/1.1" 200 43
"http://dfstage1.f-secure.com/fshc/1.1/release/devbw/1.1.14231/
card.html" "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1;
SV1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727)"

does anyone know how can i extract certain string from this log file
using regular expression in python or using XML. can teach me.
Joseph,

You will get much more help on this list if you show us what you have actually
tried so far to solve the problem on your own. Then post what is not working
(with full tracebacks if there are any) and you will find that people will try
to assist you. If you require help reading lines from a file or learning
regular expressions, you really need to use Google to look for tutorials first.

-Larry
Aug 9 '08 #2

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