I have no influence over the regex, it could come
from a file, or from user input... it`s really a
BUT!..... I can do
my $RegEx=eval "qr$Tmp";
For wich I can build a working construct... hmmmm...
I`m going to explore this a bit more....
So actually it DID help!! .....Thanks! ;)))
... A little bit later ...
Hmmmmm.... maybe it didn`t help... I`ll try some more ;))
... A little bit more later ...
Okay.. I got it to work!! cheer!!... I`ll post the code where
it`s going to be in hopefully next week.... thanks!!
print "profeth still\n" if /bird|devil/;
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