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Re: chomp() is confusing

by TedPride (Priest)
on May 15, 2006 at 06:51 UTC ( #549386=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Why chomp() is not considering carriage-return

Chomp removes the current "input record separator", which can be changed by editing one of the built-in perl variables:
$/ = "\r\n";
Or you can just use regex to convert the line endings, which is probably safer if you don't know for sure what they're going to be:
for ("\r", "\n", "\r\n", "\n\r", "\r\r", "\n\n") { $line = 'text'.$_."text"; $line =~ s/$1/\n/g if m/(\r\n?|\n\r?)/; print "$line\n"; }
This basically detects what the line endings are from the first line ending, then converts everything to a standard \n.

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