Running Perl Scripts

   

You can run your Perl scripts in several ways on Unix. For example, you can invoke the perl program directly on the command line as follows :

 $  perl  my_unix_perl_script.pl 

Alternatively, make your script executable and then install a full path call to your chosen version of Perl on the first line of your script. This is done using the shebang #! syntax familiar to shell programmers:

  #!/usr/local/bin/perl  use warnings; use strict;    # Rest of my script .... 

You can now run the program directly:

 $ chmod +x my_unix_perl_script.pl $ ./my_unix_perl_script.pl 

On most Win32 systems, the .pl suffix is usually associated with the Perl interpreter; it should work correctly if you double-click on your script or if you call it directly. Alternatively just call perl directly again and specify the script name :

 C:\>  perl  my_win32_perl_script.pl 
   


Perl for Oracle DBAs
Perl for Oracle Dbas
ISBN: 0596002106
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2002
Pages: 137

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