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Re^2: Build your array with push

by Anonymous Monk
on Jan 31, 2006 at 16:49 UTC ( #526799=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

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Of course, if you want to get rid of all that pesky horizontal scrolling you could pass something like the following through cpp...

p\ u\ s\ h\ (\ @\ H\ i\ b\ b\ s\ _\ D\ a\ g\ l\ i\ s\ h\ _\ S\ c\ h\ w\ a\ r\ t\ z\ _\ V\ r\ o\ o\ m\ ,\ c\ h\ r\ (\ 0\ b\ 1\ 0\ 0\ 1\ 0\ 0\ 0\ )\ )\ ;\

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Re^3: Build your array with push
by ambrus (Abbot) on Feb 01, 2006 at 10:17 UTC

    That won't work. Perl is not C.

      Sure it will, but you need the -P command-line switch (which is not recommended), cpp and sed.
      $ perl -P -MO=Deparse <stdin>:1:2: warning: backslash-newline at end of file push @Hibbs_Daglish_Schwartz_Vroom, 'H'; syntax OK
      That won't work. Perl is not C.
      Perl is pretty close though. What part of Perl's syntax makes CPP choke (just curious)?
        Oh, you said "pass it through cpp". Sorry, I didn't notice that. Then it would work.

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