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bug or feature? $A++ certainly :)by stefp (Vicar)
|on Jun 05, 2002 at 19:55 UTC||Need Help??|
This perl 5.006001.
I have casted this surprising behavior (which?) in the traditional froggy $A++ obfu. The goal is to increment $A once in some convoluted way.
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Due to the lack of feedback. I ask the question more clearly
Is it a documented feature that qr() and m()
behave oddly with bacckslashed paren while qr// and m// don't?
tye explained it to me:" backslashing the delimiter allows it to be inside the delimited text, it doesn't cause the backslash to be included in the string as well". Thanks tye.