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Re: Re: split question

by Anonymous Monk
on Sep 09, 2001 at 03:12 UTC ( #111216=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: split question
in thread split question

Using the dialectic is another way to deal with this.

#!/usr/bin/perl # Prints 'First: A', as you expect 'abcd' =~ /(a)/; print "First: ", uc $1, "\n"; # Also prints 'Second: A', though you expect it not to 'efgh' =~ /(a)/; print "Second: ", uc $1, "\n"; #==== # Prints 'Third: A' - again, as you expect 'abcd' =~ /(a)/ and print "Third: ", uc $1, "\n"; # Doesn't print anything - what you want 'efgh' =~ /(a)/ and print "Fourth: ", uc $1, "\n";

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