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These are informix/4GL lines. I am writing equivalent perl code

Can anyone explain me what this code performs

sdate be any date
------------------

let mnth = month(sdate)
let yr = year(sdate)
# let edatec = mnth using "&&", "/01/", yr using "&&&&"
let edate = edatec
# let edate = extend(edate) + 1 units month - 1 units day

I have problems on how to translate to Perl on # marked lines

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