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It's a cautionary cleanup in case you're passing garbage as parameters.

Perhaps you should use Scalar::Util::looks_like_number to confirm a numerical value.


I think you missed the "d" there :)

There is no letter 'd' in the line:

my $seconds = sprintf( "%02.3f", ( ( $sectime - ( $hours * 3600 ) +) - ( $minutes * 60 )) );


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Why not just:
 my ( $hours, $minutes, $seconds ) = split /:/, $time;
Because I want that if you pass only one value, it defaults to seconds, and to minutes:seconds with only two values.

Then try it like this:

my ( $hours, $minutes, $seconds ) = ( split /:/, $time )[ -3, -2, -1 ] +;

In reply to Re^3: re-syncing these subtitles by jwkrahn
in thread re-syncing these subtitles by wazoox

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