ARGV processing of multi-worded strings? 
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 ARGV processing of multi-worded strings?

Is there an easy way to process options to a perl script such as:

test_perl_script -a string -b "string  which contains words"

such that $opt_b will equal ``string  which contains words''?
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Tue, 04 Jun 1996 22:29:09 GMT  
 
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