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Do pigs get athlete's foot?

by t'mo (Pilgrim)
on Jun 28, 2001 at 21:27 UTC ( #92385=poem: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

#!perl -w # -- a poem of sorts use strict; my @toes = map 'This little piggy ' . chomp($_) . '.', <DATA>; print "$_\n" for @toes; __DATA__ went to the market did not got dried well did rot went "scratch, scratch, scratch" all the way home

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Re: Do pigs get athlete's foot?
by srawls (Friar) on Jun 29, 2001 at 02:13 UTC
    um... Did you test this? You might want to check the return value of chomp. If you don't want the newline you can do this:
    but why even bother, just change that last print to
    print @toes
    Then you don't have to take off those new lines in your map statement.

    The 15 year old, freshman programmer,
    Stephen Rawls

      "Did you test this?" Test 'poetry'? No. But after you pointed it out, I did and see what you mean. Note the revised edition:

      ... my @toes = map "This little piggy " . $_, <DATA>; print @toes; ...

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