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Use the perl debugger to dump all the data in a string variable

Use the perl debugger to dump all the data in a string variable

Use the perl debugger to dump all the data in a string variable

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Hi,

I need to dump all the data bytes contained in a string variable, from the perl debugger. I can use the "p" or the "x", but I see spaces and I think amoung the spaces there may be a graphic character. So I'd just like to dump all the memory. Can someone please tell me how to do this?

I tried these:

DB<37> p $line
Branch: release/pr_1.7.0

DB<38> x $line
0 "Branch: release/pr_1.7.0\cM"
DB<39>

I would like to print the ascii values for the contents of $line from the perl debugger?

Thanks,
Dino

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