[Israel.pm] Pet Peeve
peter at pg-consultants.com
Mon Jan 21 06:45:59 PST 2008
And since I started, I have another suggestion.
I normally work on Linux, and have to process files from from Other
Operating Systems (tm), where the line ending is \r\n.
Why can't chomp do what I want. Which is to say, delete either \r\n or
\n - whatever happens to be at the end of the line. I know I can use a
regex, but for something as simple as just removing line endings, one
would have thought there would be a nicer way to do it.
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