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Re: Missing \t in print outputby Discipulus (Abbot)
|on Jul 14, 2015 at 12:03 UTC||Need Help??|
Welcome to the monastery Sophienz
At first glance it not seems a behaviour related to flush or autoflush the filehandle and about this (never used) method i read Turns on autoflush, print ARGS and then restores the autoflush status of the IO::Handle object. that seems also not so efficient while itarating over array.
Anyway as the famous motto says 'Bad data ruins your day' check your array using something like Data::Dump dump or dd method: is better of the core Data::Dumper.
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