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Editor with embedded-Perl-interpreter?

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I don't remember the name of this application for Windows but i've
make use of that once.

Do you know an editor which allows the execution of Perl-script
on selected text?

The Perl-script are in a submenu of the Tools menu.
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Nov 12 '08 #1
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Paolo wrote:
I don't remember the name of this application for Windows but i've
make use of that once.

Do you know an editor which allows the execution of Perl-script
on selected text?

The Perl-script are in a submenu of the Tools menu.
You might have better luck in a group about editors. There's nothing
apparently perl-specific about your question.

In Vim, type :!foo (from Normal mode) to run the shell command "foo" on
your selected text. For example, to double all the numbers in the
currently selected text:

:'<,'>!perl -pe 's/\d+/$&*2/eg'

Once you've selected the text and hit :, the '<,'are inserted in the
command line automatically. You just type ! and the shell command.
Nov 12 '08 #2

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Paolo <la***@19yahoo.comwrote:
>Do you know an editor which allows the execution of Perl-script
on selected text?
EMACS, of course.

jue
Nov 12 '08 #3

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