|Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister|
Re^3: Strange behaviour of tr function in case the set1 is supplied by a variableby Anonymous Monk
|on Nov 16, 2017 at 09:40 UTC||Need Help??|
What is a "// string"?
We have tr///ansliteration operator,
q//uote and qq//uote operator,
and only the firstr// one is rare.
A special warnings is moot?
Cause I mean you found out
without a special warnings tr/// wasnt doing what you wanted --
oh noes I made mistake, perl should have held my hand and kissed my booboo and spoon fed me wisdom and knowledge and wrote my program for me.
You can have Tr('list','replacement,'options') anytime you want,
simply stop shifting responsibility for your ignorance on the designers of the language.
I've been in the same exact boat more than once,
couldn't figure out what mistake I was making , posted about it,
what you have to do is learn from it,
take responsibility for your own knowledge,
write a perlcritic policy (its easy) to remind you in case you forget.
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