belg4mit has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
Hó¿¼ÃÃÃ WÃÃÃó¿¼The second, largely identical, code block works fine in 5.6.[12], but that doesn't really explain why things have gone awry.
tr/az\x{fff03}\x{fff05}\x{e0}\x{f6}\x{f8}\x{fe}\x{ff}\x{103}\x{105 +}\x{107}\x{109}\x{10b}\x{10d}\x{10f}\x{103}\x{105}\x{117}\x{119}\x{11 +b}\x{11d}\x{11f}\x{103}\x{105}\x{127}\x{129}\x{12b}\x{12d}\x{12f}\x{1 +33}\x{135}\x{137}\x{13a}\x{13c}\x{13e}\x{140}\x{142}\x{144}\x{146}\x{ +148}\x{14b}\x{14d}\x{14f}\x{151}\x{153}\x{155}\x{157}\x{159}\x{15b}\x +{15d}\x{15f}\x{161}\x{163}\x{165}\x{167}\x{169}\x{16b}\x{16d}\x{16f}\ +x{171}\x{173}\x{175}\x{177}\x{17a}\x{17c}\x{17e}/AZ\x{fff00}\x{fff0 +2}\x{c0}\x{d6}\x{d8}\x{de}\x{178}\x{102}\x{104}\x{106}\x{108}\x{10a +}\x{10c}\x{10e}\x{102}\x{104}\x{116}\x{118}\x{11a}\x{11c}\x{11e}\x{10 +2}\x{104}\x{126}\x{128}\x{12a}\x{12c}\x{12e}\x{132}\x{134}\x{136}\x{1 +39}\x{13b}\x{13d}\x{13f}\x{141}\x{143}\x{145}\x{147}\x{14a}\x{14c}\x{ +14e}\x{150}\x{152}\x{154}\x{156}\x{158}\x{15a}\x{15c}\x{15e}\x{160}\x +{162}\x{164}\x{166}\x{168}\x{16a}\x{16c}\x{16e}\x{170}\x{172}\x{174}\ +x{176}\x{179}\x{17b}\x{17d}/;
The problem actually seems to persist with any subset of the hex translations in parallel with the ASCII e.g;tr/az/AZ/;tr/\x{fff03}\x{fff05}\x{e0}\x{f6}\x{f8}\x{fe}\x{ff}\x{1 +03}\x{105}\x{107}\x{109}\x{10b}\x{10d}\x{10f}\x{103}\x{105}\x{117}\x{ +119}\x{11b}\x{11d}\x{11f}\x{103}\x{105}\x{127}\x{129}\x{12b}\x{12d}\x +{12f}\x{133}\x{135}\x{137}\x{13a}\x{13c}\x{13e}\x{140}\x{142}\x{144}\ +x{146}\x{148}\x{14b}\x{14d}\x{14f}\x{151}\x{153}\x{155}\x{157}\x{159} +\x{15b}\x{15d}\x{15f}\x{161}\x{163}\x{165}\x{167}\x{169}\x{16b}\x{16d +}\x{16f}\x{171}\x{173}\x{175}\x{177}\x{17a}\x{17c}\x{17e}/\x{fff00}\ +x{fff02}\x{c0}\x{d6}\x{d8}\x{de}\x{178}\x{102}\x{104}\x{106}\x{108} +\x{10a}\x{10c}\x{10e}\x{102}\x{104}\x{116}\x{118}\x{11a}\x{11c}\x{11e +}\x{102}\x{104}\x{126}\x{128}\x{12a}\x{12c}\x{12e}\x{132}\x{134}\x{13 +6}\x{139}\x{13b}\x{13d}\x{13f}\x{141}\x{143}\x{145}\x{147}\x{14a}\x{1 +4c}\x{14e}\x{150}\x{152}\x{154}\x{156}\x{158}\x{15a}\x{15c}\x{15e}\x{ +160}\x{162}\x{164}\x{166}\x{168}\x{16a}\x{16c}\x{16e}\x{170}\x{172}\x +{174}\x{176}\x{179}\x{17b}\x{17d}/;
tr/az\x{fff03}\x{fff05}/AZ\x{fff00}\x{fff02}/;

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Re: tr funkiness in 5.6.[12] (but not 5.6.0!)
by JavaFan (Canon) on Jan 07, 2009 at 00:26 UTC  
by belg4mit (Prior) on Jan 07, 2009 at 16:21 UTC  
by JavaFan (Canon) on Jan 07, 2009 at 20:23 UTC  
by belg4mit (Prior) on Jan 09, 2009 at 03:55 UTC  
Re: tr funkiness in 5.6.[12] (but not 5.6.0!)
by swampyankee (Parson) on Jan 07, 2009 at 11:38 UTC  
by belg4mit (Prior) on Jan 07, 2009 at 16:13 UTC 