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It is sad to say but I'm beginning to see everything through Golf tinted glasses. Even module releases.

These are 45 chars. The arg list is included as an example:
perl -MMath::RPN -le'print+rpn+join",",@ARGV' 100 9 '*' 5 / 32 + perl -MMath::RPN -le'$"=",";print+rpn"@ARGV"' 100 9 '*' 5 / 32 +


John.
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In reply to Re: Golf: RPN calculator by jmcnamara
in thread Golf: RPN calculator by Sprad

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