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Articles on Perl's internal string implementation?

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Contributed by Zombie MrHat on Jul 05, 2001 at 23:36 UTC
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Has anyone seen any writeups on Perl's internal implementation of strings? I'd jump right into the source and start reading, but the codebase is rather intimidating, to say the least. :)

Answer: Articles on Perl's internal string implementation?
contributed by crazyinsomniac

Perl Guts Illustrated Version 0.10
(suprising 'documentation' from the king of the lack of)
**see some of the HTML modules examples ;)

That link can also be found on outside links as maintained by neophyte

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