In Perl, how can I tell if a string is a number, but without using modules?

In Perl, how can I tell if a string is a number, but without using modules?

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In Perl, how can I tell if a string is a number, but without using modules?
Tag : perl , By : Brian Cupps
Date : January 11 2021, 05:14 PM

this will help for comments ikegami and melpomene.
The reason why I want to try it because the module is a "program" as well. I want to learn how to realize it by myself. After all, we meet all kinds of data which need to handle.
"The first word is identifier, which will not be considered. The rest part of the string would be number or alphabet only. "
#!/usr/bin/perl -w

use strict;
use warnings;
#import Scalar::Util qw(look_like_number);

my @log=("a1 9 2 3 1","gl act car","zo4 4 7", "abl off key dog","a8 act zoo");
print "original log:\n";
$"=";\t";   #control array's delimiter
print "@log\n";

my @values;
my @letter_log;
my @letter_idf;
my @dig_log;
my $s;
my $i;
my $s_r;

  @_= m/$values[0]\s/;
print "25 \$'=$';\n";
  if($s_r =~ /\D/)  
  {  print"26.0: $'\ts=$s\ts_r=$s_r\n";    
     print "26:  $letter_idf[$i]\t$letter_log[$i]\n";$i++;

@_=sort { $letter_log[$a] cmp $letter_log[$b] } 0..$#letter_log;

print"35:  srt letter  log: @letter_log\n";
#foreach(@letter_log){print "$_;\t";}

print"38: nsrt letter log: ";
for($i=0;$i<=$#letter_log;$i++){print"$letter_idf[$_[$i]] "."$letter_log[$_[$i]];\t";}
print"41: digital log:";
foreach(@dig_log){print "$_;\t";}

print "\n";

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Is there a way to avoid putting the Perl version number into the "use lib" line for Perl modules in non-standa

Tag : perl , By : kennystone
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help Currently I have installed via the following prescription, which seems to fix things.
perl Makefile.PL --no-manpages --skipdeps PREFIX=/non/system/location INSTALLSITELIB=/non/system/location/lib INSTALLSITEBIN=/non/system/location/bin INSTALLMAN1DIR=/non/system/location/man/man1 INSTALLMAN3DIR=/non/system/location/man/man3

Defining constants for a number of scripts and modules in perl

Tag : perl , By : Mostapen
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . Create a module to hold your configuration information.
In file My/Config.pm in your perl library path:
package My::Config;
use warnings;
use strict;
use Carp ();

my %setup = (
   one => {path => '/some/path'},
   two => {path => '/other/path'},

my $config = $setup{ $ENV{MYCONFIG} }
     or Carp::croak "environment variable MYCONFIG must be set to one of: "
              .(join ' ' => keys %setup)."\n";

    my ($key) = our $AUTOLOAD =~ /([^:]+)$/;
    exists $$config{$key} or Carp::croak "no config for '$key'";
use My::Config;

my $path = My::Config->path;

A proper way of using Perl custom modules inside of other Perl modules

Tag : eclipse , By : Cube_Zombie
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps I strongly disagree with modifying @INC in modules. It causes all kinds of headaches. Let the script (or even the calling process via the PERL5LIB environment variable) setup @INC correctly.
use FindBin qw( $RealBin );
use lib

use ModuleInFolder1;
use ModuleInFolder2;  # Works fine.

Perl to generate one executable file for a script which uses any number of modules and libraries

Tag : perl , By : Arun Thomas
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need pp script provided with PAR::Packer is able to create single-file executables. An example from its page:
pp -o foo foo.pl bar.pl   # Pack 'foo.pl' and 'bar.pl' into 'foo'

Can I re-use modules compiled with a different build of Perl, but with the same version number?

Tag : perl , By : Tonix
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you It turns out that, YES, you can re-use modules compiled with different builds of Perl that have the same version number. The trick, as stated above, is to build your localperl with the ./Configure flags as close as possible to your system Perl. You can determine the ./Configure flags your system Perl uses by running perl -V. You should then use those settings with the flags listed above. My intuition is that -Dcc= and -Darchname= are the critical ones to match, though I have not had time to test this assumption.
So, what was my problem if I had already done all of this, and it still wasn't working? Simple - the test script! In my shebang line, I was still pointing to a faulty build of Perl that I had compiled earlier that day! D'oh! Once I pointed the script to the new build with all of the extra ./Configure options, it worked perfectly fine and was able to use all of the modules built with system Perl.
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