Perl | q operator

q operator in Perl can be used in place of single quotes. It uses a set of parentheses to surround the string.

Syntax: q (string)

Returns: a single-quoted string.

Note: Any set of delimiters can be used, not just the parentheses.

Example 1:



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#!/usr/bin/perl -w
  
# Passing string to q operator
print(q(Geeks For Geeks));

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Output:

Geeks For Geeks

Example 2:

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#!/usr/bin/perl -w
  
# Defining an Integer variable
$var = 25;
  
# Passing string and variable to 
# the q operator 
print(q(Welcome to GFG, $var));

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Output:

Welcome to GFG, $var


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