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    Write a perl script to find whether a given line of text is starting and ending with same word or not?
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    Lets assume that the text to match is present in a file
    say "data.txt".
    Following program will print the line containing same
    starting and ending word.

    open(FILE,"data.txt") or die "cannot open file : $!";

    while(<FILE>) {
    if($_ =~ /^(w+)s+.*?1$/) {
    print "the line is $_ ";

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