toast

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    tester Guest

    if ( $c=~/t[aeiou]st[aeiou]/i) {print STDOUT "A toast to my test about testes which took testicles to post\n";}
    tester, Jul 11, 2005
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    Anno Siegel Guest

    tester <> wrote in comp.lang.perl.misc:
    > if ( $c=~/t[aeiou]st[aeiou]/i) {print STDOUT "A toast to my test about
    > testes which took testicles to post\n";}


    Doesn't match "toast". Could it be "untested"?

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