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From:
Hal Wigoda
Date:
October 11, 2022 02:23
Subject:
Re: escape character in regex
Message ID:
6607AD70-332F-44DB-B4AF-DEE89AEBFEB8@gmail.com
Try it.  

(Sent from iPhone, so please accept my apologies in advance for any spelling or grammatical errors.)

> On Oct 10, 2022, at 8:50 PM, Henrik Park <henrik@simplemail.co.in> wrote:
> 
> ´╗┐John,
> 
> for my this code:
> 
> my $delimiter = '$';
> my $str = 'hello$world$buddy';
> my @li = split/$delimiter/,$str;
> print "@li","\n";
> 
> How can I make it work correctly?
> 
> Thanks
> 
> John W. Krahn wrote:
>> "/" is NOT a special charater in a regular expression.  It is just that in Perl the default delimiter for some operators is "/" (i.e. m//, s///, tr///, etc.).
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