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RE: Fun - Each character at most once

July 21, 2003 01:44
RE: Fun - Each character at most once
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> schreef:
> > Can anyone improve the above so that it checks the whole of <>, not 
> > just one line? Bonus points for an explicit multi-character message 
> > rather than undef on failure.
> #!perl -0234
> <>=~m{(.)[^$/]*\1}sand&two> 
> contains no characters twice (except for the final \n), 
> checks the whole of <>, and prints a not-very-appropriate 
> message on failure.
> Eugene

"and  printing a duplicate char iff it has one." You seem to have lost this
piece of functionality.  However, I like the error method of printing
allowing for the #!perl line. 



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