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Basic I/O #2

by pedagogues
on Nov 17, 1999 at 03:06 UTC ( #996=perlsolution: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??
   1: 
   2: # Read lines until a line consisting only of "." is seen.
   3: # Then print the lines back out in the opposite order.
   4: 
   5: my @lines;
   6: 
   7: while ( $line = <> and $line ne ".\n" )
   8: {
   9:     push @lines, $line;
  10: }
  11: 
  12: foreach ( reverse @lines ) # only reverses the list used by foreach; does not modify the array
  13: {
  14:     print;
  15: }

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[Corion]: marto: Oy :-/
[Corion]: Ah, it's only "quota exceeded", not "filesystem full", so it's "merely" an administrative act to up the FS quota resp. inode quota
[Corion]: I've been on databases where I couldn't drop a table or delete rows because the DB was full. Not so much fun...
[marto]: meh, the admins are lazy, I just piped null to some old large log files, problem solved
[Corion]: marto: Heh ;) You're just further enabling their lazyness :-D

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