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Answer: Using CODEconstant/CODEs in regexes?

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Q&A > regular expressions > Using constants in regexes? contributed by japhy

The /e modifier is for the right-hand side of a s/// only. You might want to just leave out the slashes.
use constant PATTERN => qr/def/; if ($string =~ PATTERN) { ... }
Or, if you need to embed a constant, use the array dereference-reference trick:
if ($string =~ /this@{[ PATTERN ]}that/) { ... }

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