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-D perl='perl-code' Specifies some perl code that is executed prior to evaluating the first perl directive. This option can be used to specify variables on the command line; for example::

                  -D perl='$a=1; $b=2'

                defines constants ``$a`` and ``$b`` that can
                be used in the perl expression.
-D trusted      Must be specified for if directives to use any
                operators normally masked out in a Safe environment.
                This requirement is to prevent an if directive in a
                file written elsewhere from doing destructive things
                on your computer.
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