perl -le 'print join ", ", map { chomp; $_ } <>'
joins multiple lines to create single line with comma separated values. for example if we have an email addresses one per line (copy&paste from spreadsheet) it will oputput one line with comman separated addresses to put it to email client.
Sample Output,,, ...

By: jozef
2009-02-06 12:50:43

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ruby equivalent: ruby -e "puts{ |l| l.chomp }.join(',')"
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