>>>>> "C" == Conrad Schneiker <schneik / us.ibm.com> writes:

C> Well, FWIW, I've found /m, /s, and /ms useful in my Perl past.

 Probably I'm wrong but ruby /m is perl /s

 perl /m can be emulated with ^ and \A

 There was a time where perl don't have \A and probably need /m



Guy Decoux