Look into the Magic 8 Ball to find the answers you so need. This will work
WAY better than brian's Guide to Solving Any Perl Problem
for answering those tough debugging questions.
Perl Programmer: Why won't my code compile?
8 Ball: Yes, definately
You can't pay for that kind of help ;)
Props to Erudil's Camel Code whose code munging technique I used, good stuff
Instructions: copy to a file and execute as a normal perl script.
Magic 8 Ball is a registered trademark of Mattel
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NotXSo8Good8888 88 88 MyXReply8IsXNo8
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y8RelyXOnXIt888 88 88 8Ask8Again8Late
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Edit: jdalbec pointed out definately if spelled definitely, teach me not
to spell check my web sources :) Thanks.
Edit2 Ack! I got code crap on the perl line in the last edit! Oops.
- Some of my
best work - (1 2 3)
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