Escape double quote in double quote : Quotations « String « Perl
Escape double quote in double quote
"'\"Hi,\" said Jack. \"Have you read Slashdot today?\"'\n"
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A single q creates a single-quoted string:
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Alternative delimiters can be used for all four of the q constructs.
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If a string is enclosed in single quotes, it is printed literally (what you see is what you get).
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Nested alternative quotes
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Put single quote into double quote
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Quote with qq< (less than)
Quote with qq( (parenthesis)
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Single quotes do not interpret
Single quotes interpret
The difference between single and double quotes
The qq operator does the same for double-quoted strings
Using alternative quotes
Using backslash for double quote
Using qq for quote
Using qw to assign value to scalar
Using qw to create string array without quotation marks
When a string is enclosed in double quotes, scalar variables and arrays are interpolated.
You can change the delimiters with the q operator
\n with double quotation
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$statement = qq/print "Hello.";/;
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assigns a single quote
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