|You simplified it a lot by dropping $maxdigs.
It's a fair cop, but society's to blame.
I appreciate your final no-hash sprintf approach,
but modifying temp values in a grep gives me
the screaming heebie-jeebies, you know what I mean?
I'd much rather use
map for that sort of thing.
But I can't argue with the fact
that it works.... And my Rule #0 is, ``Anything that
works is better than anything that doesn't.''
-- Chip Salzenberg, Free-Floating Agent of Chaos
PS: Thanks for the welcome. This is a neat site.
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