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sub jcwren { my $num = shift; my($ok, $base, $value); if($num =~ m/^0x([\dA-Fa-f]+)$/s or $num =~ m/^([\dA-Fa-f]+)h$/s) { $ok = 1; $base = 16; $value = hex($1); } elsif($num =~ m/^([0-7]+)o$/s) { $ok = 1; $base = 8; $value = oct($1); } elsif($num =~ m/^([+-]?(?=\d|\.\d)\d*(?:\.\d*)?(?:[Ee](?:[+-]?\d+))? +)t?$/s) { $ok = 1; $base = 10; $value = 0 + $1; } else { $ok = 0; $base = 0; $value = 0; } return($ok, $base, $value); }

In reply to Re: Extract numbers in multiple bases by MrNobo1024
in thread Extract numbers in multiple bases by jcwren

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