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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I find -t STDIN a bit of an odd criterium to decide what kind of output to get. I often run programs from the command line, that doesn't mean I want interactive output. Or on the contrary, it's not because my source comes from a file, that it means I want it to go to a file.

    In short, I'd rather use -t STDOUT to decide on kind of output instead. I imagine that ls behaves this way.

    If you want to override it, there's always command line switches.