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Thanks for the explanation, since then it was just easy to follow the code. ++votes for you and for zdog.

One more thing. As I got 'another' in lowercase (guess you made a typo in the explanation), and curious enough, I wondered what changes to introduce in the data to get a capital A. So I replaced the meaningless '3' and 'X' chars with hiphens, just to track down the '097' ASCII code. As it can be easily seen:

    -0-    --7---4-
    --1-  --1---7---1
    6---0---0--   -0---
   0---9---7---    1---
 1 -- -0---1---  1 ---1
  --  -1---1---6  ---1
                ---------------- ----------
                 ------           ----------
                  ----            ---   -----
                   ---              ---    ----
                    --               --      --
                    --               --      --
                    --              --       --
                    --             --        --
                  ---            ---        --

it is in line 5. Replaced it with '065' and I was done.

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In reply to Re: Re: Cooking with Perl explained by Iron Chef Macphisto by Sisyphus
in thread Cooking with Perl by zdog

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