in reply to Why are lines being skipped in output?

#!/usr/bin/perl -p s/th/TH/gi;

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Re^2: Why are lines being skipped in output?
by halley (Prior) on Mar 19, 2008 at 16:36 UTC
    Aw, shucks.
    #!perl -pe s/th/TH/g
    Can't emulate -e on #! line at being_too_clever.pl line 1.

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Re^2: Why are lines being skipped in output?
by ww (Archbishop) on Mar 19, 2008 at 11:37 UTC
    mmmm, need help with your "quick problem."
    1. what is the question?
    2. what is the problem?
    3. what is the input?
    4. what output are you looking for?
    Duh! Misread post above as OP. Apologies.