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I think is good practice to always check "match" m// string. Incase, the match string fails, one can know.
A better way to do this is [docs://perlre] which produces a link, perlre, (to the perlre page http://perldoc.perl.org/) and the current docs.
Though, I suppose, if directing one's suggestions to someone who hasn't updated/upgraded his or her installed Perl since 1999, the Monastery docs might be more appropriate.
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