On 28/05/06, A. Pagaltzis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I think you'll end up doing s:p5/// or however exactly it is
spelled where you can just write a Perl 5 regex.

my $v = "one+two+three";
$v =~ s/+/ /;
print $v;


What's "<Subst>" mean? Do I need to do something special to get the
substitute-affected value back? I get the same result with s:p5. Also
is the operator "~~" or "=~"? I've found contradictory references to
both in books and online.


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