You have read a text file containing whitespace separated columns of numbers. Each line may contain
leading and trailing whitespace. You must iterate through the file and, for each line, capture the numbers
in an array. The elements of the array must not contain leading or trailing space and there may be no
Based on the scenario above, which split command might you use in your loop to meet the
my @fields = split / /, $string;
my @fields = split /\s/, $string;
my @fields = split /\s+/, $string;
my @fields = split ' ', $string;
my @fields = split /\s*/, $string;
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