...excellent job one and all!
This is why I tell people (especially new Perl students) that PM is like a search engine in which the database is held in the brains of the citizens. Someone comes in here with a question and a dozen links pop up pre-filtered by the experience and pragmatism of the posters.
I'm sendin' a dollar right now! :-)
Seriously, isn't this a lot more effective than the standard response, "1,800,00 documents match your query. Have a nice life."
...All the world looks like -well- all the world,
when your hammer is Perl.
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