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wu7v8r9g6c3.fsf@banyan.cs.ait.ac.thWilliam Torrez Corea <willitc9888@gmail.com> writes: > Mean: !~ /\*/ !~ is "not matching the following regular expression" /\*/ is a regular expression matching a star (*). So the condition is true if $extension contains no star. Regular expressions is the heart of Perl, you may want to read a bit about it :) Best regards, Olivier > I have the following code: > > if ($extension !~ /\*/) { > $backup = $ARGV . $extension; > } --Thread Previous

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