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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • 3br, 2ba, LR

    Please explain me what that means or I'll tell you about the t2 I'm living in :-)
    • 3 Bed Rooms, which is any small-ish room, usually square, and usually devoid of any features except a closet

      2 BAths, which is any room with a toilet, sink, and shower/bathtub in it (if there's only a toilet and sink, it goes by the euphemism "half-bath").

      Living Room, which is any large room with no specific purpose. If there's one of these at the front and back of the house, the one in front will be the living room (which will never be used for anything) and the one in back will be the "den" (where people will actually live).

      So, t2? My only guess is "2 tatami", but I don't remember *that* being one of the linguistic bits the Japanese stole from the Portugese :)
      • A T2 is an appartment with 2 bedrooms. Don't ask me where the T comes from, as I don't know either, nor do any of my cow-orkers O:-)

        Common designations for appartments in Portugal range from T0 to T5, with the number meaning how many bedrooms it has.

        If you're thinking "but where does one sleep, in a T0?" I can tell you that a T0 has only one division, which is a bedroom and a kitchen (basically, it doesn't have a wall separating the two).

        They all have a bathroom.

        You can also find things like a T2+1, or a T1