If you or I were to attempt to ask a question on Perl Monks Tibet we would no doubt provide a carefully-crafted piece of code to illustrate the question as unambiguously as possible. Our anonymous brother has chosen not to do that and therefore the question as posed is simply too vague.
I would probably also try to ask the question in both Tibetan and English for extra clarity in case my rusty Tibetan made little or no sense. The OP has not done that either.
Hopefully they will return soon and explain what the post really means.
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