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Here are a few variations:

$_ = 'aaaaaaaaaa'; my @list; push @list, pos() while /a/g; print "@list\n"; my @list = (length'a' .. length'aaaaaaaaaa'); print "@list\n"; my @b = ('a'..'j'); my @a = ('a'); my @list = @a..@b; print "@list\n"; $_ = 'xaaaaaaaaaa'; my @list = y/x// .. y/a//; print "@list\n"; $_="\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n"; open(OUT,"+>out.lines")||die "can't $!"; print OUT; seek OUT,$|,$|; my @list; push @list, $. while <OUT>; print "@list\n"; unlink "out.lines";

UPDATE: chipmunk pointed out that I used 0 in the seek --- fixed.


In reply to Re: TMTOWTDI Puzzle: Generating a range of numbers by danger
in thread TMTOWTDI Puzzle: Generating a range of numbers by Masem

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