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perl1line.txt: A handy Perl script collection

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The ultimate goal of the Perl One-Liners Explained article series was to release the perl1line.txt file. Last week I finished the series and now I am happy to announce perl1line.txt - a collection of handy Perl one-liner scripts.

The perl1line.txt file contains over a hundred short Perl one-line scripts for various text processing tasks. The file processing tasks include: changing file spacing, numbering lines, doing calculations, creating strings and arrays, converting and substituting text, selective printing and deleting of certain lines and text filtering and modifications through regular expressions.

The latest version of perl1line.txt is always at:
http://www.catonmat.net/download/perl1line.txt
Enjoy! It took me over 3 years to write all the one-liners down.
 read more | mail this link | score:9659 | -pkrumins, November 21, 2011
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