The OP is obviously asking a question related to perl formats.
I would not call it "obviously". It can be guessed, yes, but not known. He also might want to put a date in a HTTP-header or something.
The OP should read Tutorials
, esp. On asking for help
and How to ask questions the smart way
And since you are new to this site pugsly62
, the OP is you ,)
And as for you edan
it seems encouraging people reading the site-docs is worth the time. This post
is nicely asked and well formatted.
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