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Actually, chomp, by default, removes a newline. Which is actually ^J, not ^M. ^M is a carriage return

Excellent point. But chojp doesn't sound like Larry's native tongue. And there that little known factual fauxism that Larry originally wrote perl for the typewriter.


In reply to Re^4: Etymology of chomp? by chacham
in thread Etymology of chomp? by tankee

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