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Re: Re: Re: How to check if a word is reserved

by Chmrr (Vicar)
on Jun 13, 2003 at 06:49 UTC ( #265597=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: How to check if a word is reserved
in thread How to check if a word is reserved

It's hard to spot when they look paired like that, as they do wholly different things. Proof by example:

perl -e 'print "x is a reserved word!\n" x 3;'
perl -e '$a = "y is a _synonym_ for tr\n"; $a =~ y/_//d; print $a;'

perl -pe '"I lo*`+$^X$\"$]!$/"=~m%(.*)%s;$_=$1;y^`+*^e v^#$&V"+@( NO CARRIER'

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Re: Re: Re: Re: How to check if a word is reserved
by Popcorn Dave (Abbot) on Jun 13, 2003 at 16:01 UTC
    Yes, now that you show me that, I see. That hadn't even occured to me last night. Must have been too tired. Thanks!

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