Thank you for your very thought out responce, Marshall. I would love to use Perl 5.10; however, my ISP uses CPanel, and the CPanel version they have uses Perl 5.8.8 STILL. To say I am frustrated is putting it mildly. I am writing Dark Age Perl. So, I do things the long way around most of the time when I write Perl, except when I am writing Perl just for myself, then I can use 5.20.2 because that is what Debian Jessie comes with.
Bad data, and bad me for not double checking, is to blame for my problem. I fixed it now.
Again thank you for your time and effort.
No matter how hysterical I get, my problems are not time sensitive. So, relax, have a cookie, and a very nice day!
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