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Name any 5 regular expression modifies and describe the effect each has on a pattern match

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1)      You may choose any non-alphanumeric character as a delimiter for a regular expression patter match
2)      while (<$file>) {&} and foreach(<$file>) {&} have the same output (assume similar statement block
3)      while (<$file>) {&} and foreach(<$file>) {&} operate internally in the same manner (assume similar statement block
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see
perldoc perlop
you can't use whitespace as a delimiter
the output may be different if the block contains things like
print $.
or
<$file>
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dont understand a 100%
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i understand this a 100%
http://perldoc.perl.org/perlop.html
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