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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Anyone who's ever tried to do anything nearly useful with XSLT must have hit the same wall (no pun).

    The very least you'd expect in a language is taking a substring at fixed position, and locating and optionally replacing a substring. But just how many C programs that do some form of string processing do you know that do not link against some regex library? Right.