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Not sure where this should go, so kindly move to the appropriate section.

Whoever came up with the Named Captures in Perl, Thank you. You are a Godsend. It's made things a hell a lot simpler and more clear. I just finished writing a small script and while I went from trying the basic capture to the named capture, I could not help but thank the people who came up with this.

Another note of thanks to the authors of Learning Perl 6th Edition for explaining it so nicely!! Guess one of the authors would be surely involved in the implementation of the Named Capture.

Now, time to go back to the script and add some more improvements...Perl is addictive. Very addictive...

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In reply to No questions. Just a "thank you for named captures" !! by perl514

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