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Re: s/// only replacing most of the time...

by Thelonius (Priest)
on May 25, 2007 at 21:49 UTC ( #617615=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to s/// only replacing most of the time...

Can you give an example where it's not doing what you want? Specifically can you include info like this:
print STDERR "\$hystackPatt[$j] = $haystackPatt[$j]\n"; print STDERR "\$rxHaystack[$j] = $rxHaystack[$j]\n"; print STDERR "BEFORE: \$text_seqs[$i] = $text_seqs[$i]\n"; $text_seqs[$i] =~ s{$rxHaystack[$j]}{<span class=$class[$a]>$1</span>} +gmx; print STDERR "AFTER: \$text_seqs[$i] = $text_seqs[$i]\n";
I had to delete the "e" from the "gemx" on the end of your substitution.

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