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  • Hmm (Score:2, Insightful)

    $distro =~ s[-\d+\.\d+\.tar\.gz];
    Hey, that's not a complete statement!
      ---ict / Spoon
    • Ah, but that's because you didn't finish it. You only included the opening semicolon delimiter for the replacement. The complete statement is

      $distro =~ s[-\d+\.\d+\.tar\.gz];
      print $module, " ", $distro, "\n";
      which is the same as
      $distro =~ s/-\d+\.\d+\.tar\.gz/\n    print $module, " ", $distro, "\n"/