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Re^7: how to calculate the length for other language content in PERL?

by vasanthgk91 (Sexton)
on May 20, 2013 at 10:42 UTC ( #1034315=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^6: how to calculate the length for other language content in PERL?
in thread how to calculate the length for other language content in PERL?

$release_content=$prl->trim($release_content); my $release_txt_removing_line=$release_content; $release_txt_removing_line=~ s/\n//g; $release_txt_removing_line=decode_entities($release_txt_removing_line) +; my $release_content_length=length($release_txt_removing_line); $release_txt_removing_line=encode_entities($release_txt_removing_line) +; print "==$release_content_length==";

It's working...textarea value we need to remove the \n.Thank u

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[stevieb]: cheers beech. twas totally my mistake, and I got bit. When things work for so long without issue, one becomes complacent (ie. replace we/one with I ;) I've been copy/pasting that around for a few years without a hiccup, so when...
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