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G'day kluther,

Rather than using all those substitutions, you can do a single transliteration. Here's a commandline example:

$ perl -Mstrict -Mwarnings -Mutf8 -e '
    binmode STDOUT => ":utf8";
    while (<>) {
        s/@([^@]+)@/$_ = $1; y{abcABC}{абцАБЦ}; $_/eg;
@abc@ abc @ABC@
абц abc АБЦ
cba @cba CBA@
cba цба ЦБА

-- Ken

In reply to Re: Find pieces of text in a file enclosed by `@` and replace the inside by kcott
in thread Find pieces of text in a file enclosed by `@` and replace the inside by kluther

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