Don't worry about it. I ++'d your fine node, and so did a
lot of other people. You posted working code that used
-w & strict so, you are by definition a Righteous Dude.
Everything can be improved, including
what I posted.
print "\n$word1 $word2 $word3 $word4\n" if (($ans = <STDIN>) =~ /^y/);
could have been
print "\n$word1 $word2 $word3 $word4\n" if (<STDIN> =~ /^y/i);
print "\n$word1 $word2 $word3 $word4\n" if (<STDIN> =~ /^[Yy]/);
Updated per chromatic's suggestion to allow for
case insensitive matching.
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