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This appears to work. We use the DATA filehandle so need no permission as Perl opens this for us.

seek DATA,-6,1; # back up into __DATA__ string binmode DATA; $end = <DATA>; $end =~ s/.*__//; # delete everything except the line ending for(split//,$end){printf "0x%x\n",ord $_} __DATA__ # prints (on Win32) 0xd 0xa

Make sure there is a \n after the __DATA__

Does this port?

This also works as you would expect:

my $tmp = 'c:/tmp.tmp'; open TMP, "+>$tmp" or die $!; print TMP "\n"; seek TMP, 0, 0; binmode TMP; for(split//,<TMP>){printf "0x%x\n",ord $_} close TMP; unlink $tmp; __END__ #prints (on Win32) 0xd 0xa




In reply to Re: Quick and portable way to determine line-ending string? by tachyon
in thread Quick and portable way to determine line-ending string? by bikeNomad

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