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Re^2: chomp() is confusing
in thread Why chomp() is not considering carriage-return
If you want to chomp \r\n, set $/ to \r\n:
local $/ = "\r\n";
$one = "Hello\r\n";
print "Before chomp: " , length($one) , "\n";
print "After Chomp: " , length($one) , "\n";
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