it gets simpler:
tr/\017\020\021\022/\012\015\040\011/; #Gets the subst
tr/\023-\200/\021-\176/; #converts ranges
If you need other ranges, they are easily made.
"We are not alone"(FZ)
Oops.. alfie is right. Perl indeed only uses
the first occurence of a char in the 'search' string,
it is documented in perlop:
If multiple transliterations are given for a
character, only the first one is used:
will transliterate any A to X.
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