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Also note that at NO point did the OP indicate any aversion to using existing packages

Apparently you didn't even read the title: without All-In-One Modules from CPAN.

we'll let the peanut gallery judge who in this thread is deathly afraid of being occasionally wrong about stuff.

Really? Is that what you think? Wrong again. Take a look: http://perlmonks.com/?node_id=3989;BIT=Sorry.;a=browseruk;Wi;M

I'm just bored with YAA; who's made zero attempt to talk to OP.

Had you put as much effort into trying to help the OP; as you have trying to prove that split isn't the only way to tackle the problem(*); you'd have achieved something worthwhile.

*But that was obvious from the start

As is, all you've done is waste everyone's time.


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