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I am unable to reproduce the stated problem. Furthermore, after removing the debug print statements (e.g. say qq(DEBUG: Line = "$line");), the output I get is:
Coordinate No of Strains AA Change
703 1 AA Ala->Thr
937 1 AA Val->Leu
1804 3 AA Ser->Thr
This appears to be exactly what you were hoping for!
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