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Perl one-liners

Some tasks can be conveniently achieved with Perl one-liners. Perl is a scripting language originating in the environment of another operating system. Since many Windows computing environments have Perl installed, Perl one-liners are a natural and compact extension of Windows batch scripting.

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On the web, Perl one-liners are often posted in the command-line conventions of another operating system, including the use of apostrophe (') to surround the arguments instead of Windows quotation marks. These need to be tweaked for Windows.

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