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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

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

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