I was using POSIX::pow() because, and am about to hide my head in great shame... I didn't know that perl had the ** operator. I know, I'm a tool.
Secondly, this is actually to get things out of an excell spreadsheet-ish sort of thing, unfortunately i've discovered that the wonderful human being who created the spreadsheet did things like erase columns, so AE goes right to AG... which makes slicing on numeric offsets *really* a pain in the *******. However, I'm definetly going to check out your module...
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