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2.1.3 Double-quoted Strings

Double-quoted strings are another way of representing scalar string literals in Perl. Like single-quoted strings, you place a group of ASCII characters between two delimiters (in this case, our delimiter is `"'). However, something called interpolation happens when you use a double-quoted string.

2.1.3.1 Interpolation in Double-quoted Strings  
2.1.3.2 Examples of Interpolation  
2.1.3.3 Examples of Interpolation (ASCII Octal Values)  
2.1.3.4 Examples of Interpolation (ASCII Hex Values)  
2.1.3.5 Characters Requiring Special Consideration  


 
 
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