-ln015 on #! line -vs- command line 
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 -ln015 on #! line -vs- command line

Ok, what's going on here?.  If /tmp/foo is

        #!/bin/perl -ln015
        print "$\$/";

mustn't the output of    echo | /tmp/foo | od -b    be identical to the
output of

        echo | /bin/perl -ln015 -e 'print "$\$/"' | od -b

???  They're not.  The first gives

        015 015 015

Ths second gives

        012 015 012

Perl4 gives the second answer for both cases.

John.

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Tue, 14 Mar 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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