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Re^4: How can you sysread an entire file?by BrowserUk (Pope)
|on Jan 13, 2006 at 23:15 UTC||Need Help??|
I think I made an interesting discovery. As you suggest above, if I do this it only makes one copy of the file in memory:
And if I do it this way it uses two copies:
But what fooled me, as I was using my perl shell, is that if you eval the statement, only one copy is made:
And I can't quite figure out why that should be so?
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