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This is what the code suggested: ...

I have downloaded the code properly.

Dear saravan,

You did not download the code properly. Like I already told you in Re^7: count the maximum no.of occurence, use the download code link to download the code

And here is the output for that:

Simply repeating what you already said is annoying, esp when other parts of what you are saying are obviously wrong.

Which perl are you using? I get the correct output using v5.12.2

perldeltas says

A pattern containing a + inside a lookahead would sometimes cause an incorrect match failure in a global match (e.g., /(?=(\S+))/g)

#68564: /g failure with zero-width patterns

In reply to Re^7: count the maximum no.of occurence by Anonymous Monk
in thread count the maximum no.of occurence by sarvan

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