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Can anyone give me ahand with the following....

I would like to put ^ before every character and # after every character in a string of any length.

I have tried
$name = 123;
$name =~s/\B/#/g;
return $name;

and get 1#2#3

but have no idea how to get ^1#^2#^3#

Regards,
geoff
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$name =~s/(.)/^$1#/gs;
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