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4.3. Embedded Perl Scripting As systems built by embedding scripts within HTML are typically easier to customise than systems build by generating HTML from scripts, embedded scripting is now a well established web-publishing solution. Likewise, Perl embedded in SDF can be a powerful combination providing this same flexibility with some additional benefits: SDF is arguably easier to read than HTML the information can be published in several formats. To embed a block of Perl code, the script filter is used. For example: !block script for $i ('a' .. 'z') { print "$i"; } !endblock To embed an expression within paragraph text, the [[..]] syntax is used. For example: Hello [["wor" . "ld"]] Note: If the expression is a single word, it is assumed to be a variable name, otherwise the expression is treated as a Perl expression. For single line scripts, the script macro can be used. For example: !script $next_version = $var{'VERSION'} + 1

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