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|1:||What do the following Perl switches do (with regard to one-liners):
-e -i -p
|A1:|| The -e option runs a Perl script on the command line (a one-liner).
The -i option edits files in place; that is, the result of the script will be saved back to the original file. Any file extension argument to the -i option will be used to save the original version of the file.
The -p option surrounds the Perl one-liner with a while (<>) loop with a print statement at the end. If you want to perform ...