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Re^2: A question about PERL versioning.

by Laurent_R (Canon)
on Oct 09, 2013 at 16:50 UTC ( #1057589=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: A question about PERL versioning.
in thread A question about PERL versioning.

The say feature was introduced in Perl version 5.10. In order not to break programs written under older versions which might for example use a say function for something else, the say features requires a use pragma such as use 5.10 or use 5.14. This way, older programs continue to work properly, but you can use say in new programs through the use pragma.

As for versions, 5.14.2 and 5.014002 are just the same, two differents notations for the same version.

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[thao4]: Hi all, I am new in perl. I need do somthing in perl: exemple: - search a patern "CADRE 1.1 CPU" in one file.txt - incremente +30 lines from the line with the patern found - replace the patern "Model Regle" by "Heath Rule A" in this new line (30 line
[marto]: good morning all
[hippo]: Welcome. Tell me, have you read perlintro? That's a great place to start.
[thao4]: I seach to do that since a week but I can't found the answer in google. Thank for your help
[Eily]: hello thao4 (and hello all :D), you should [id://http:// 479#post|open a question on Seekers of Perl Wisdom], be sure to include whatever you have tried that didn't work, or only does the job partially
[thao4]: yes, I do a little perl since some years but not fréquently, I can correct the triggers in Clearcase of IBM, but write the code : no
[Eily]: meh, such good link ...
[Eily]: here
[Eily]: still not xD there

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