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LPW: Beginners Perl

by Consultant at Magnum Solutions Ltd on Dec 02, 2007

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My Beginners Perl tutorial, much abbreviated and as presented at the London Perl Workshop on Dec 1st 2007. ...

My Beginners Perl tutorial, much abbreviated and as presented at the London Perl Workshop on Dec 1st 2007.
Also includes the section on Regular Expressions that we didn't have time for on the day.

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  • hagonma2000 Hamilton Marenco good 2 years ago
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  • oliver_bacon oliver bacon, free man at My home good tutorial 4 years ago
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  • davorg Dave Cross, Consultant at Magnum Solutions Ltd Just to prove that I _do_ know what I'm talking about.

    Normally, ^ and $ match at the beginning and end of a string. With the /m option on the match operator, the meanings of ^ and $ are changed to match the beginning and end of a line.

    See 'perldoc perlre' for the gory details.<br /><br/>
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  • pthompson Paul Thompson, Support Engineer at Novelll guest6c3b96, In my experience '^' and '$' match the start/end of a _record_ (which is often, but not always, a line).

    Dave, Very much enjoyed your session at London Perl Workshop last week. Thanks.<br /><br/>
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  • davorg Dave Cross, Consultant at Magnum Solutions Ltd You're completely right. But at the level that these slides are aimed at I think the difference is a bit academic.

    I also said that 'chomp' removes the newline character. And that's not strictly true either.<br /><br/>
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