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Re: Re: First JAPH - Spell perl in two hundred and eighty five thousand and seventy four easy steps

by kiat (Vicar)
on Jan 12, 2002 at 16:46 UTC ( #138262=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: First JAPH - Spell perl in two hundred and eighty five thousand and seventy four easy steps
in thread First JAPH - Spell perl in two hundred and eighty five thousand and seventy four easy steps

hi pokemonk;

In order to get an idea of how the word 'perl' gets printed, you may want to modify the code as follows:

#!c:\perl\perl.exe -w use strict; my $A="a";for(0..285074){$A++; print"$A";}
That is, you place the 'print "$A"' statement inside the loop. To see what what happens when, say, 1000 characters are printed, you stop the loop by pressing Ctr 'C' (if you're using Windows).

kiat
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