Mine are fairly boring in comparisson to most of these. I tend to parse files a lot, so I have a wee system to help me remember what I'm working with at anytime. So opening the file is $inputFile, writing to a file is $outputFile. Reading in a file line by line is @inputData and turns $inputLine. It can get split into @processedLine. As I do stuff with the array, array elements can get pushed into @parsedArray. Simple names for a simpleton...
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