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Yes. almost exactly like your Thanks.

Actually, I have your on my other machine, but when I set this one up, I couldn't remember where I got it -- my portable was dead at the time with a flaky motherboard connection. Then I came across a description of something called "" which I cut and paste but then got fed up with typing -mWild and renamed it to

So yes, probably very similar, and I definitely stole the name from you--I'd gotten used to it. Thanks:)

Now you've reminded me of where I got it from in the first place, I'll probably grab yours again (and rename it (I just tried but your site seems to be off the air at this moment).

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In reply to Re: Re: Re: Useful addition to Perl? by BrowserUk
in thread Useful addition to Perl? by tilly

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