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--- pod/perlfunc.pod.orig Mon Apr 22 19:06:37 2002
+++ pod/perlfunc.pod Wed Apr 24 11:12:11 2002
@@ -2786,7 +2786,7 @@
C<binmode> and those that don't is their text file formats. Systems
like Unix, MacOS, and Plan9, which delimit lines with a single
character, and which encode that character in C as C<"\n">, do not
-need C<binmode>. The rest need it.
+need C<binmode>. The rest needs it.

In the three argument form MODE may also contain a list of IO "layers"
(see L<open> and L<PerlIO> for more details) to be applied to the

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  • Abhijit Menon-Sen at Apr 24, 2002 at 11:07 am

    At 2002-04-24 11:16:58, abigail@foad.org wrote:
    -need C<binmode>. The rest need it.
    +need C<binmode>. The rest needs it.
    Need is correct.

    - ams

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