I think that Sigmund
is trying to use the s
character as the delimeter in a substitution. Replacing this with /
changes the code from
perl -le 's ssSss.s sSsSiss.s s$sSss.ss .$s\107ss.print'
perl -le 's //S/s.s /S/Sis/.s /$/S/s.s/ .$/\107/s.print'
, is this correct?
I have just read this node: Beware the S ! where Sigmund explains his signature, so it would appear that there was just a typo in the original post.
The correct version,
perl -le 's ssSss.s sSsSiss.s s$sSss.s s.$s\107ss.print'
works fine and prints
Basically the 16th s
should have been after the space, not before it.
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