On Tuesday 26 August 2003 18:12, Gennady wrote:

>       m  Multiline Mode. Normally, ``.'' matches any character except
> a newline. With the /m option, ``.'' matches any character.

Now that we are on it and just out of curiosity is there any particular 
reason /m is Perl's /s? 

On the other hand, the interpreter does not complain with /s so looks 
like an undocumented (AFAIK) option. If it is public, what's its 
meaning?

-- fxn