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Huh like $_, you REALLY like statement modifiers, don't you? :) Anyway, yeah that looks like lots of fun. I would never ship it out as production code, but still very fun! My favorite line from the above is:
s/^\s+|\s+$//g for @headers;
Waaaaaay cool! :)

On a side note, I got a message from merlyn in the chatterbox pointing out that s/// for, has a great perfomance penalty despite its cool look. Then again, I believe that perlmonkey's idea was to make something funky as well and not be too worried about perfomance issues. Hey, we're all just tossing ideas here, right? Still, merlyn has a very good point that should be noted.

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