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From: sporty o'one (sportySPORTY.ORG)
Date: Wed Jan 03 2001 - 04:34:18 CST
this is exactly the reason for \Q\E
so \Q$this\E is safe
> As an operator, Perl will shell any command you put inside back
> quotes and return the result of the shelled command. I assume this
> would work inside a regular expression, but I haven't tried.