[UKLUG] Re: LPM: unless ($line =~ /^#/)
Ronald Edward Petty
repett0 at sweb.uky.edu
Fri Dec 29 14:58:19 CST 2000
so can u do
and else be the say the opposite? kinda like if.
On Fri, 29 Dec 2000, Rich Bowen wrote:
> Ronald Edward Petty wrote:
> > Can someone who knows perlese explain
> > unless ($line =~ /^#/)
> > does this mean do the unless if the line doesn't start with a #??
> It means "unless ($line starts with #) ..."
> Which translates into
> if the line does not start with #, do the following.
> unless is the negation of if
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