The alternative names are provided by the standard module
Parameter array for subroutines. Also used by split if not in list context.
After a successful pattern match, contains the offsets of the beginnings of the successful submatches.
$- is the offset of the entire match.
@-, but the offsets point to the ends of the submatches.
$+ is the offset of the end of the entire match.
Contains the command-line arguments for the script (not including the command name, which is in
Names the methods and other symbols a package exports by default. Used by the
Names the methods and other symbols a package can export upon request. Used by the
When command-line option
-a is used, contains the split of the input lines.
Contains the list of places to look for Perl scripts to be evaluated by the do filename, use and require commands.
Do not modify
@INC directly, but use the
lib pragma or
-I command-line option instead.
List of base classes of a package.