Perl/1 liners

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Use perl on your command line

Operators[edit]

  • The “|�? (pipe) symbol takes the output from a command line command and makes it the standard input of your 1 line Perl program.
  • The diamond operator, <>, reads lines from standard input.
  • Access command line arguments using @ARGV.

Example[edit]

perl -e 'for $i (0..255) {print "$i:&#$i;<br>\n";}' >allutf8.html

Tutorials[edit]

Add you own useful one liners[edit]