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For example you could do
my(%dias, %dias_crontab); %dias = %dias_crontab = ( ... );
Or alternately, simply only use one hash, since the data is the same.

Your regexps for extracting field data are actually too strict, you do not allow for whitespace between commas, or for non space whitespace.

You might want to take a glance at "a cron; in perl: But Why?!", and perhaps consider wrapping it in a shell to interface with Windows services?

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perl -pew "s/\b;([mnst])/'$1/g"


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