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Conditional Operator Ternary "?:" is the conditional operator, just as in C. It works mu +ch like an if-then-else. If the argument before the ? is true, the arg +ument before the : is returned, otherwise the argument after the : is returned. For example: printf "I have %d dog%s.\n", $n, ($n == 1) ? '' : "s";
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In reply to Re3: More efficient munging if infile very large (explain particular syntax?) by Hofmator
in thread More efficient munging if infile very large by ybiC

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