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Re: Use of unintialized value in pattern match (m//) at x.pl line 123
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I had modified my code to clearly? show myself that the variables were defined. I had no other reason why this particular 'if' statement would generate a message. The script does not fail, just generates this message.
So the first if-else was just debug. The problem seems more related to the =~ compare, but again, never seen this message before on something that seemed to work in all other aspects/places. I don't want to say this, but it used to work. ;-)