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perlperf.pod
75 :         $> perl dereference
112 :         $> perl regex-transliterate
242 :         $> perl -d:DProf wordmatch -f perl5db.pl
257 :         $> dprofpp
286 :         $> perl -MDevel::Profiler wordmatch -f perl5db.pl
301 :         $> dprofpp
333 :         $> perl -d:SmallProf wordmatch -f perl5db.pl
352 :         $> cat smallprof.out | grep \d*: | sort -k3 | tac | head -n20
382 :         $> perl -d:FastProf wordmatch -f perl5db.pl
397 :         $> fprofpp | head -n20
417 :         $> perl -d:NYTProf wordmatch -f perl5db.pl
430 :         $> html2text nytprof/index.html
494 :         $> html2text nytprof/wordmatch-line.html
659 :         $> time ./sort-apache-log logfile > out-sort
720 :         $> time ./sort-apache-log-schwarzian logfile > out-schwarz
728 :         $> cksum out-sort out-schwarz
777 :         $> perl ifdebug
819 :         $> perl ifdebug-constant
827 :         $> perl -MO=Deparse ifdebug-constant
855 :         $> perl -e 0
perlvar.pod
136 :             $<, $>, $( and $) can be set only on machines that support the corresponding *set[re][ug]id()* routine. $( and $) can be swapped only on machines supporting "setregid()".
148 :     $>      The effective uid of this process. For example:
150 :                 $< = $>;            # set real to effective uid
151 :                 ($<,$>) = ($>,$<);  # swap real and effective uids
153 :             You can change both the effective uid and the real uid at the same time by using "POSIX::setuid()". Changes to $> require a check to $! to detect any possible errors after an attempted change.
155 :             $< and $> can be swapped only on machines supporting "setreuid()".
perlport.pod
345 :     Don't assume the Unix user and group semantics: especially, don't expect the $< and $> (or the $( and $)) to work for switching identities (or memberships).
perlsub.pod
1172 :         print for <^[a-z_]+\.pm\$>;     # show all pragmatic modules
perldiag.pod
2567 :         (F) You tried to assign to $>, and your operating system doesn't support the seteuid() system call (or equivalent), or at least Configure didn't think so.
perltie.pod
388 :                 my $user = shift || $>;
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