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If the File::Slurp module is not available, I find the
    do { local $/;  <> }
expression preferable due to narrower, thus better controlled, scoping. (In original reply, lexical  my %hash; was defined within, accessed from outside of a block.)

>perl -wMstrict -le "use Data::Dumper; ;; my %hash = map { chomp; $_ => '1' } split /(\s+|\W+)/, do { local $/; <> }; ;; print Dumper \%hash; " new_ib1.txt | head -10 $VAR1 = { '' => '1', 'BIG' => '1', 'you' => '1', 'model' => '1', 'NOT' => '1', ',' => '1', 'understand' => '1', 'MY' => '1', '2' => '1',

In reply to Re^2: Having trouble loading a hash with map by AnomalousMonk
in thread Having trouble loading a hash with map by Anonymous Monk

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