OK. Did you really mean to use -s
¹ in the
shebang line, or did you mean -w
There are a lot of regular expressions in your program, but
no comments and every single variable name is composed of a
single character. It looks like it fell out of a 1970s
Fortran/Basic timewarp. The indenting is reasonable. Marks out
of 10: 3 (provisional, based on the assumption that you
meant to run with warnings enabled).
¹From the Perl 5 Pocket Reference:
-s Interprets -xxx
on the command line as a switch
and sets the corresponding variable $xxx
script to 1. If the switch is of the form -xxx=yyy
variable is set to yyy
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