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Here's an attempt a better syntax...
#set up our 2D array... $target[0] = "Do What I Mean Please."; $target[1] = "Red Fish, Blue Fish."; $target[2] = "One, Two, Three, Four."; $target[3] = "Alpha Bravo Charlie Delta"; @target =~ s/(ish)/ / /(Two)/ uc $a /e; # now @target is... # $target[0] = "Do What I Mean Please."; # $target[1] = "Red FISH, Blue Fish."; # $target[2] = "One, TWO, Three, Four."; # $target[3] = "Alpha Bravo Charlie Delta"; @target =~ s /ea/ZZ/ /lu/ZZ/ /hr/ZZ/; # now @target is... # $target[0] = "Do What I MZZn Please."; # $target[1] = "Red FISH, BZZe Fish."; # $target[2] = "One, TWO, TZZee, Four."; # $target[3] = "Alpha Bravo Charlie Delta";

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