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  • Maybe Test::LectroTest [] could be useful for your use case? Mind, my suggestion might be garbage, but that’s what “statistical testing” like you’re having to do generally reminds me of.

    • Doesn't look much help at first glance.

      I'm pretty happy with what I've got now - I now have the new parser working better than the previous one and passing all the original test sample.

      Now I just need to build a 2nd test sample with more recent data and hand write documented edge-case tests.

      The 2 test samples aren't documented because there are simply too many variations on the data, they are really more regression testing than unit testing but at a unit-test level

      @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
      print reverse @JAPH;