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Re^2: Matching or masking specific characters in an array of strings

by duggles (Acolyte)
on Dec 19, 2008 at 14:50 UTC ( #731558=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Matching or masking specific characters in an array of strings
in thread Matching or masking specific characters in an array of strings

Thank you very much almut! We can consider this question closed!

I knew I could count on the monks! In addition to my regex skills being way below what they should be, my bit manipulation and use of packing is much worse...

The code is elegant, effective, and I'm certain much faster than what I had. I will be studying this code to see if I can use this sort of logic to help me in future coding efforts.

Thanks again!

If the knowledge and innovative thinking of the perlmonks could only be harnessed for a single purpose - I'm sure world peace would be a piece of cake!!!!

--- duggles ;-)

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