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Re: Re: Re: Here, doccy doccy. nice doccy. heredoc, treat.

by Vynce (Friar)
on Jun 22, 2001 at 01:18 UTC ( #90545=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: Here, doccy doccy. nice doccy. heredoc, treat.
in thread Here, doccy doccy. nice doccy. heredoc, treat.

well, if you've copy-pasted my version, you'll note that after printing `date`, it prints "date" -- which would make it appear to be right after the backticked version. move the IMPLIED heredoc to before the BACK heredoc aand you should see that change.

also, my version of date and yours are different; mine doesn't ask for the new date if called with no arguments. sorry for the inconvenience; i hope i didn't make your machine forget the date.

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Here, doccy doccy. nice doccy. heredoc, treat.
by particle (Vicar) on Jun 22, 2001 at 01:29 UTC
    aah, you are correct.
    for a moment i thought some how the things were screwy, but it was just the perl interpreter in my head (it's still in beta).

    no inconvenience on the date thing. that's a function that goes back to the first version of DOS i used, and that was made by IBM. when NT 3.0 rolled around, they finally updated the function with a -T option to display only, and not prompt.anyway, this heredoc stuff piqued my interest, since i'd been following a bit of chatterbox today as well.

    ~Particle

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