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  1. $].txt

    =over =item $OLD_PERL_VERSION =item $] X<$]> X<$OLD_PERL_VERSION> The revision, version, and subversion of the Perl interpreter, represented as a decimal of the form 5.XXXYYY, where XXX is the vers...$].txt
    Registered: 2022-05-09 19:09
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  2. $..txt

    =over =item HANDLE->input_line_number( EXPR ) =item $INPUT_LINE_NUMBER =item $NR =item $. X<$.> X<$NR> X<$INPUT_LINE_NUMBER> X<line number> Current line number for the last filehandle accessed. Eac...$..txt
    Registered: 2022-05-09 19:04
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  3. $^P.txt

    =over =item $PERLDB =item $^P X<$^P> X<$PERLDB> The internal variable for debugging support. The meanings of the various bits are subject to change, but currently indicate: =over 6 =item 0x01 Debug...$^P.txt
    Registered: 2022-05-09 18:37
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  4. ARGVOUT.txt

    =over =item ARGVOUT X<ARGVOUT> The special filehandle that points to the currently open output file when doing edit-in-place processing with B<-i>. Useful when you have to do a lot of inserting and...
    Registered: 2022-05-09 18:59
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  5. ${^TAINT}.txt

    =over =item ${^TAINT} X<${^TAINT}> Reflects if taint mode is on or off. 1 for on (the program was run with B<-T>), 0 for off, -1 when only taint warnings are enabled (i.e. with B<-t> or B<-TU>). Th...${^TAINT}.txt
    Registered: 2022-05-09 18:43
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  6. $_.txt

    =over =item $ARG =item $_ X<$_> X<$ARG> The default input and pattern-searching space. The following pairs are equivalent: while (<>) {...} # equivalent only in while! while (defined($_ = <>)) {......$_.txt
    Registered: 2022-05-09 11:27
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  7. $?.txt

    =over =item $CHILD_ERROR =item $? X<$?> X<$CHILD_ERROR> The status returned by the last pipe close, backtick (C<``>) command, successful call to C<wait()> or C<waitpid()>, or from the C<system()> o...$?.txt
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  8. ${^MATCH}.txt

    =over =item ${^MATCH} X<${^MATCH}> This is similar to C<$&> (C<$MATCH>) except that it does not incur the performance penalty associated with that variable. See L</Performance issues> above. In Per...${^MATCH}.txt
    Registered: 2022-05-09 11:31
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  9. $^L.txt

    =over =item IO::Handle->format_formfeed(EXPR) =item $FORMAT_FORMFEED =item $^L X<$^L> X<$FORMAT_FORMFEED> What formats output as a form feed. The default is C<\f>. You cannot call C<format_formfeed...$^L.txt
    Registered: 2022-05-09 12:48
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  10. $(.txt

    =over =item $REAL_GROUP_ID =item $GID =item $( X<$(> X<$GID> X<$REAL_GROUP_ID> The real gid of this process. If you are on a machine that supports membership in multiple groups simultaneously, give...$(.txt
    Registered: 2022-05-09 13:09
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