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Re: using split

by imrags (Monk)
on Jul 23, 2009 at 04:52 UTC ( #782560=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to using split

Try this:
Update: Added 2 lines more and modified the var names as per svenXY!
$abc = 'i am going to split line1; and then line2; and then line3; and + assign to variables'; my ($no1,$no2,$no3) = (split/\;/,$abc); print "$no1\n","$no2\n","$no3\n"; my ($d,$e) = (split /\;/,$abc)[0,2]; # or anything [1,2] print $d,"\n",$e;

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Discipulus a missing semicolon after use LWP::UserAgent caused very strange behaviour and not the normal warning...
[choroba]: Yes, sometimes missing ; after the use clause just interprets the next line somehow and passes the result to the used module which could happily ignore it. Been there, seen that.
[Discipulus]: luckly the program was 20 lines!

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