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Old 08-13-2012, 11:32 PM   #1
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while(<>) {
if (m/\bc+$\b/) {exit;}

when will this program exit
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It looks like the programmer intends that it will read from stdin and only exit if it finds a word at the end of a line that's made up of one or more 'c' characters, however the last \b should probably be removed.
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thanks......yes \b shd be removed


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