@ almut : the line you mentionned appeared on 2 lines when copy/pasting, it normally appears on one line.
And I formot to close the <code> tags at the end. I'll get them right next time :)
@ tachyon-II : I'm still not 100% comfortable with all the ins and outs of Perl, coming from a ASM/C/C++/Java background. So I'll have to look into the HERECDOC stuff soon. thanks for the heads-up.
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