Perl Programming/Exercise 2 Answers

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A. Input from the keyboard[edit]

1. Answer:

print "Input a line of text: ";
$text = <STDIN>;
print "\n";
print "You entered: $text\n";

2. Answer:

my @lines;
for (my $i=0; $i<3; $i++) {
  print "Input a line of text:\n";
  chomp(my $line = <STDIN>);
  $lines[$i] = $line;
$" = "|";
print "@lines\n";

What is chomp there for? Try running the program without it.

3. Answer:

my $line1 = readline STDIN;
my $line2 = readline STDIN;
my $line3 = readline STDIN;
chomp($line1, $line2, $line3);
print("| $line1 | $line2 | $line3 |\n");

Input from the command-line[edit]


foreach (@ARGV) {
  print "$_\n";

Input from a text file[edit]


open my $file, "<", "foo.txt";
my @lines;
foreach (<$file>) {
  push(@lines, $_);
$" = "|";
print "@lines\n";