? Perl custom syntax for suffixes or custom postfix operators

I'd like to know how I can run operations like this$T = 25 C;@specs = (273.15 K, 23 bar, 2.0 mol/s);and get them to compile. I'm not picky about what their result is, or how it's implemented. My goal
 ? How can I parse complex query strings generated by jQuery.ajax() in Perl?

jQuery.ajax() encodes complex JavaScript objects into a query string like this:?a[b][]=1&a[b][]=2&a[c]=3I would like to decode this into a Perl data structure like this:{ a=>{ b=>[1,2],
 ? How do I enter a multi-line comment in Perl?

Possible Duplicate: What are the common workarounds for multi-line comments in Perl? How do I add a multi-line comment to Perl source code? POD is the official way to do multi line comments in Pe
 ? Difference between == , = and eq

I want to know the difference between these: my $a = 1;and my $a == 1;and my $a eq 1; == is used when comparing numeric values.eq is used in comparing string values.= is the assignment operator, no
 ? What does Perl return when a numeric comparison is false?

I am trying to execute this code. What puzzles me is why doesn't this comparison return any value when false. Is this the default behavior of these comparison operators? my $output = (2 <= 1); prin
 ? Why does !1 give me nothing in Perl?

This is strange.The following:$sum = !0;print $sum;prints out 1 as you would expect. But this$sum = !1;print $sum;prints out nothing. Why? Be careful: what you've written isn't doing what you think
 ? Why false value outputs as empty string?

This question already has an answer here: What does Perl return when a numeric comparison is false? 4 answers
 ? Why false value outputs as empty string?

This question already has an answer here: What does Perl return when a numeric comparison is false? 4 answers
 ? Why false value outputs as empty string?

This question already has an answer here: What does Perl return when a numeric comparison is false? 4 answers
 ? Why does !1 give me nothing in Perl?

This is strange.The following:$sum = !0;print $sum;prints out 1 as you would expect. But this$sum = !1;print $sum;prints out nothing. Why? Be careful: what you've written isn't doing what you think
 ? What does Perl return when a numeric comparison is false?

I am trying to execute this code. What puzzles me is why doesn't this comparison return any value when false. Is this the default behavior of these comparison operators? my $output = (2 <= 1); prin
 ? Why does Perl use the empty string to represent the boolean false value?

When evaluating an expression in a scalar (boolean) context, Perl uses the explicit value 1 as a result if the expression evaluates to true and the empty string if the expression evaluates to false.I'
 ? Why does Perl use the empty string to represent the boolean false value?

When evaluating an expression in a scalar (boolean) context, Perl uses the explicit value 1 as a result if the expression evaluates to true and the empty string if the expression evaluates to false.I'
 ? Why does Perl thinks that `1 and 0` is true?

Here is the sample. For some strange reason Perl thinks that 1 and 0 is a true value. Why?$ perl -e '$x = 1 and 0; print $x;'1 Because the precedence of and and && differ:$x = 1 and 0 is li
 ? Why is "!!" considered bad form in Perl?

During a recent job interview process, I submitted some sample Perl code which used the so-called "secret" !! operator. Later, when discussing the code, one of the interviewers asked me why I chose t
 ? What values should a boolean function in Perl return?

SHORT QUESTIONWhat are the best ways to represent true and false consistently in libraries of Perl code?1 / 0?1 / the special empty string that Perl's native boolean operatorsreturn?undef?() (i.e. the

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