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Subject: Confused by leading zeroes
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Although it doesn't outright state so, the docs imply that in groups of pure digits, that leading zeroes ought to be ignored. The docs state: If digit groups are being compared on both sides, a numeric comparison is used So we ought to expect that "2.0.0" and "2.000.0", say, compare equal. But yet: $ perl -MSort::Versions -E'say "OK" if versioncmp("2.0.0", "2.0.0") == 0' OK $ perl -MSort::Versions -E'say "OK" if versioncmp("2.0.0", "2.000.0") == 0' (no output) $ perlmodversion Sort::Versions 1.62 -- Paul Evans


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