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perldiag.pod
250 :     \%d better written as $%d
638 :     Can't use \%c to mean $%c in expression
1221 :     %%s[%s] in scalar context better written as $%s[%s]
1224 :     %%s{%s} in scalar context better written as $%s{%s}
2473 :     Scalar value @%s[%s] better written as $%s[%s]
2478 :     Scalar value @%s{%s} better written as $%s{%s}
perlform.pod
117 :      $system,                      $%,         $date
146 :     The current format name is stored in the variable $~ ($FORMAT_NAME), and the current top of form format name is in $^ ($FORMAT_TOP_NAME). The current output page number is stored in $% ($FORMAT_PAGE_NUMBER), and the number of lines on the page is in $= ($FORMAT_LINES_PER_PAGE). Whether to autoflush output on this handle is stored in $| ($OUTPUT_AUTOFLUSH). The string output before each top of page (except the first) is stored in $^L ($FORMAT_FORMFEED). These variables are set on a per-filehandle basis, so you'll need to select() into a different one to affect them:
perlebcdic.pod
704 :             #      =~ /[ !"\#\$%&'()*+,\-.\/0-9:;<=>?\@A-Z[\\\]^_`a-z{|}~]/;
895 :           s/([^ !"\#\$%&'()*+,\-.\/0-9:;<>?\@A-Z[\\\]^_`a-z{|}~$delete])/
perlvar.pod
783 :     $%      The current page number of the currently selected output channel.
perlrecharclass.pod
387 :     [5] "\p{PosixPunct}" and "[[:punct:]]" in the ASCII range match all non-controls, non-alphanumeric, non-space characters: "[-!"#$%&'()*+,./:;<=>?@[\\\]^_`{|}~]" (although if a locale is in effect, it could alter the behavior of "[[:punct:]]").
perlpragma.pod
107 :     There is only a single "%^H", but arbitrarily many modules that want to use its scoping semantics. To avoid stepping on each other's toes, they need to be sure to use different keys in the hash. It is therefore conventional for a module to use only keys that begin with the module's name (the name of its main package) and a "/" character. After this module-identifying prefix, the rest of the key is entirely up to the module: it may include any characters whatsoever. For example, a module "Foo::Bar" should use keys such as "Foo::Bar/baz" and "Foo::Bar/$%/_!". Modules following this convention all play nicely with each other.
perldata.pod
37 :     Names that start with a digit may contain only more digits. Names that do not start with a letter, underscore, digit or a caret (i.e. a control character) are limited to one character, e.g., $% or $$. (Most of these one character names have a predefined significance to Perl. For instance, $$ is the current process id.)
perlfunc.pod
1162 :                       $str,     $%,    '$' . int($num)
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