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oh i get it, i think...this is the continuing saga of a mail merge. in my own opinion, you need to learn a bit more about *nix utilities, networking protocols (smtp for a start), and programming (the design aspect). otherwise you'll end up throwing together "solutions" that hang by a thread. it's not a criticism of you or your knowledge, but you seem to have currently a level of knowledge where you could make something nice or a mess. you need (i think) a more rigorous structure/modularity in your code and overall approach. which means more thinking and less coding. like everything else here this is just an opinion and you can just ignore it.
the hardest line to type correctly is: stty erase ^H

In reply to Re^2: How to eval an array element in regex's substitution by aquarium
in thread How to eval an array element in regex's substitution by pysome

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