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Am I overlooking something or could your sprintf statements be written much simpler like this?

$res .= sprintf "%dw", $weeks if $weeks; $res .= sprintf "%dd", $days if $days; $res .= sprintf "%dh", $hours if $hours; $res .= sprintf "%dm", $minutes if $minutes; $res .= sprintf '%ds', $seconds;

Update: That was changed a little bit too much, as grinder correctly remarked ... nevertheless, my main concern were those ugly string interpolations, and I think this works:

$res .= sprintf "%dw", $weeks if $we +eks; $res .= sprintf "%dd", $days if $days or $we +eks; $res .= sprintf "%dh", $hours if $hours or $days or $we +eks; $res .= sprintf "%dm", $minutes if $minutes or $hours or $days or $we +eks; $res .= sprintf '%ds', $seconds;

-- Hofmator

In reply to Re: Formatting elapsed time by Hofmator
in thread Formatting elapsed time by grinder

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