Darn. I knew it had to be something simple that I was missing. I just couldn't find anything with any searches - presumably because the terms "use strict" and "format" are too general. Anyway, here's hoping that at least some other obsessive-compulsive person will be able to find my question and your answer.
(Update)FWIW, being a noob to this site (first post ever) I didn't realize it is somewhat of a faux pas to create a new post saying "thanks". Personally - I think one "thank you" lets the person which replied know that their answer was used. More than once I've posted replies (elsewhere), and had absolutely no idea whether the original poster even read my reply, never mind whether it worked or no. One way I suppose I can make this rambling cruft a bit more worthwhile is to humbly request a pointer to where the correct answer is documented, so that I don't have to ask silly questions like this again.
(Update - Update)Found the thread regarding "perldoc" not too long after posting my first update (where I read about "thanks"). Too bad I didn't know about perldoc a bit sooner - my GoogleFoo wouldn't have taken such a beating. Thanks nonetheless schodckwm.
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