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running your code through the debugger we see this

DB<1> x @lines 0 "\cM" 1 "\cM" 2 "\cM" 3 "\cM" 4 " Stats for AvantGo\cM" 5 "\cM" 6 "\cM" 7 "\cM" 8 "\cM" 9 "\cM" 10 " Stats\cM" 11 "2:00:43 PM - December 21, 2001\cM" 12 "\cM" 13 "Number of Shoppers: 93\cM" 14 "\cM" 15 "\cM" 16 "\cM" 17 "Today's Orders: 43\cM" 18 "Today's Gross Sales: \$4,435.63\cM" 19 "\cM" 20 "Average Order Size: \$103.15\cM" 21 "\cM" 22 "\cM" 23 "\cM" 24 "\cM"

so you'll need to chop off those Ctrl-M's one by one or change your split to:

my @lines = split /\r\n/, $plain_text;


In reply to Re: Screen buffering mystery by derby
in thread Screen buffering mystery by mvaline

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