Write a Perl program to display contents of the file in sorted order(ascending) based on line numbers given via command-line arguments. Note that the line numbers can be in any order and throw an error if the line number is large.
x y z
Filename.pl is the name of the file that contains the perl script
File_to_be_read.abc is the name of the file which is to be read. This file can be of any type. Ex- text, script, etc.
x y z are the line numbers which are to be printed.
Sort the line numbers excluding the first argument which is file name. Once sorted read whole content of the file into an array using single statement (my @file = <FNAME>). Now loop through the sorted line numbers and display the file content by passing line number as index to file array like (print “$file[$var-1]\n”;).
Example 1: Consider a file Hello.txt
Example 2: Reading the same script file
If the line number passed is not in the file:
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