I like -l but wish that there was a way to selectively counter-act it, as I occasionally (but not often) want to print a newline-less line. How do you handle these situations?
$\ = "\n"; # as perl -l
In fact, you can set $\ to anything, and with local
, it's safe — or at least, as safe as using $\.
IMO, every module that uses print in a hidden fashion, should use
and not rely on $\ being empty at the time its functions are called.
Note that printf ignores the settings of $\.
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