My most recent was
print printf("%03d\n", $number);
and it took way to long to figure out where the extra
one was coming from.
And another one from a long program that
wrote a bunch of files, but got rid of any empty ones.
# The code as it was executed
print "to file"; # This was anything from
# a few to huge # of items
go through directory and unlink any empty files
For some reason if the program didn't have much to say
I'd wind up with fewer files than expected.
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