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Are you sure this does what you mean? I've added a couple of lines to print $heart and $me:

#!/usr/bin/perl -w #myHeart, A Poem by TheEliteNoob $i = "u"; $u = "i"; $love = "u+i"; my $heart = "$u make my heart flutters..."; # Added print "$heart\n"; if($i ne "Not with $u"){ $heart = "Just Breaks"; } $me = "just thinks of $u"; # Added print "$me\n"; while($me eq $u){ $sad = "when not with $u"; $happy = "with $u my love"; last; #forever } while($me && $u eq $love){ $me = "$happy and not $sad"; last; #forever } $myLove = "$u love $i"; print "\n$myLove\n";


i make my heart flutters... just thinks of i i love u

In reply to Re: i love you. Love poem with output. by marto
in thread i love you. Love poem with output. by The Elite Noob

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