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The best is this 3 questinos, making fun with C and ROMAN Numbers:

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How do I convert a string to a number?

Use this atoi function:

sub atoi { my $t; foreach my $d (split(//, shift())) { $t = $t * 10 + $d; } } $number = atoi("123");
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How do I convert a number to a string?

Use sprintf:

$string = sprintf("%f", 123.45);

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How can I tell if a string is a number?

The simplest method is:

if ($string == "$string") { # It is a number }
Note the use of the == operator to compare the string to its numeric value. However, this approach is dangerous because the $string might contain arbitrary code such as @{[system "rm -rf /"]} which would be executed as a result of the interpolation process. For safety, use this regular expression:
if ($var =~ /(?=.)M{0,3}(C[MD]|D?C{0,3})(X[CL]|L?X{0,3})(I[XV]|V?I{0 +,3})/) { print "$var contains a number.\b"; }

Graciliano M. P.
"The creativity is the expression of the liberty".

Edit kudra, 2002-09-21 Fixed literal brackets


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