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There are many ways to achieve that. An easy way is to repeat the code that generates of the number in the success block. Here's a slightly different way to do it using a "special" value (undef) and using an if as a statement modifier:

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use warnings; use strict; my $secret; while (1) { $secret = int(1 + rand 100) if ! defined $secret; print "please enter a guess from 1 to 100: "; chomp (my $guess = <STDIN>); if ($guess =~ /quit|exit|^s*$/i) { print "Sorry you gave up. The number was $secret.\n"; last; } if ($guess < $secret) { print "You failed, try higher.\n"; } elsif ($guess > $secret) { print "You failed, try lower.\n"; } elsif ($guess == $secret) { print "You got it!\n"; $secret = undef; } }

DWIM is Perl's answer to Gödel

In reply to Re^3: how to enable, disable strict by GrandFather
in thread how to enable, disable strict by elsiddik

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