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That expansive map statement is rather extravagant, given ...

my $count = scalar map { /AA/g } @dipept;

... would produce the same result. Am I missing something?


In reply to Re^2: Using grep in a scalar context by Anonymous Monk
in thread Using grep in a scalar context by newbie1991

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