I have an annoying problem that I've been wrestling with for the last few hours. It's one of those tiny, but very annoying things that completely hamstrings you, while also being entirely orthogonal to the work you actually need to accomplish. It appears that I have two version of Perl somewhere on my machine and that it's causing a whole bunch of problems. I want to use the last Strawberry Perl, and would love to delete the older version 5.26.2 in favor of 126.96.36.199 (64 bit), but I can't find 5.26.2 on my computer! When I enter "which perl" into terminal, it tells me that the path is /usr/bin/perl, but I can't find that path anywhere on my computer. Even if I could, I realize that I don't know how to go about uninstalling a version of perl that doesn't seem to have come from a standard distribution like Strawberry.
Please help me overcome this so I can go back to trying to solve my actual problem! I just want to delete this old version of perl so that I can do everything with the new version.
Thanks in advance.