When I run the code here basic implementation of a RTF->text converter
, I get this output:
Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) or string at C:/Perl/s
+ite/lib/RTF/Tokenizer.pm line 208, <GEN0> line 47. <-- how can I sup
+press this warning?
CM WEEKS/DAYS BPD HC AC Femur Length A regular fetal heart rate of ? b
+eats per minute is seen. <-- expected outp
How can I suppress the "uninitialized value" warning?
Why does the "no warnings 'uninitialized';
" not work?
Do I need to edit "Tokenizer.pm" to suppress the warning? (Yuck!)
Or is there a better way?
I am running Active Perl 5.16.3
: I forgot to say that I'm using the newest version of RTF::Tokenizer
: version 1.13
UPDATE: I should have said that I am interested in a generic solution. The above is just the current annoyance ;)
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