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It appears that many of your posts are very similar, and AFAICT, your nodes here and here (posted just a few minutes apart) are identical. Please avoid multiple posts of essentially identical nodes, questions, etc. It makes the thread "noisy" and hard to follow. You can refer to another node with a link, e.g., Reaped: Re^4: Learning Programming, desperately need to know what information is contained in scalar variables ([id://11119566]). Please see What shortcuts can I use for linking to other information? for info on linking on PerlMonks.

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In reply to Re: Learning Programming, desperately need to know what information is contained in scalar variables by AnomalousMonk
in thread Learning Programming, desperately need to know what information is contained in scalar variables by Anonymous Monk

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