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Re: [ProgSoc] Asking for help from the sed heads
> > Here is a perl script that will do pretty much that (can be converted to
> > a command-line type thingy, but I can't remember how:
> > !/usr/bin/perl
> Yup, that works perfectly... dunno how to put it into a makefile
> but I guess I can always set up an executable perl script
> (can you do that in Win95?)
Gee, should have looked ahead in my inbox :P~
Either just write the script without the #!/...perl and invoke it as:
or (if you want to do this with in the script as in your case):
perl -e 'type the perl program here'
Both of these methods are portable.
> Back when aye were a lad, buying ``large fried rice and curry sauce''
> meant a large circular dinner plate containing diced hamm, egg, prawns,
> peas and various other things in the rice instead of corn and a few
> carrot shreds which is what you get now. It was $2, mind you this was
> nearly ten years ago (oopse this is nearly turning into a whinge).
> How about the Prasat restaurant on Broadway -- mmmm, good home
> cooked curry. Also the indian curry above the Agincourt or the
> Graphic Arts Club are plausible choices. Do you know of any others?
> I haven't worked my way right through Chinatown but the food halls off
> Dixon Street aren't too bad (if you take a deep breath then just blindly
> eat what you get).
A short walk into Glebe or Newtown presents an entire universe of
gastronimic wonders. Perhaps we can set up another list: email@example.com..
btw - this sounds like a useful program - where/when/will it be available?
`Man will occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of the time he
will pick himself up and continue on'
- Winston Churchill, British statesman and writer (1874-1965)
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