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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by bart (450) <bart.lateur@pandora.be> on 2002.12.29 18:33 (#15646) Journal
    Is that one month, or one minute?
    • Yeah, it's really unhelpful that "month" and "minute" both beign with "m" :(

      To get round that I arbitrarily decided that lower case letters represent units of time that are a day or bigger and uppercase letters represent untis of time that are smaller than a day. Another way of putting it is that lower case letters represent dates and upper case letters represent times.

      So '1m' is one month. '1M' is one minute.