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problem solved - needed an extra pair of eyes to see simply mistake - thanks!
#! /usr/bin/perl -w use strict; my $debug; my $test = $ARGV[0]; print "<$test>\n"; if($test) { my $die = 1; my @a; if($test =~ s!/!\t!) { split @a = split m/\t/,$test; print "($a[0],$a[1])\n"; $die = 0 if isip($a[0]) && ($a[1] <= 32 and $a[1] > 16); } die " networkIP/numberofbits\n" if $die; $debug = 2; } else { $debug = 15; }

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$ ./ Use of implicit split to @_ is deprecated at ./ line 19. <> Use of uninitialized value in split at ./ line 19. (,24)

unexpected split to @_ and unexpected uninitialized warnings - script produces correct results - I am splitting to a list (array) - earlier I had my ($ip,$mask) as my list with same results - the Friendly Manual says "In scalar context, returns the number of fields found and splits into the @_ array." - my use is in list context NOT scalar - how to get rid of unexpected warnings?

print statements were added to debug

In reply to Unexpected "Use of implicit split to @_ is deprecated" by kp2a

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