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Re: Re: Help with processing command line arguments

by mt2k (Hermit)
on Dec 15, 2002 at 23:55 UTC ( #220080=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Help with processing command line arguments
in thread Help with processing command line arguments

Depends. If you've got a file association set up with perl scripts (or more correctly put, an extension, such as '.pl'), then a call to perl is not necessary. But in his case, I believe you are correct in a way: I don't think he has a file association set up for the extension he uses for his scripts.

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eval reverse@{[lreP
=>q{ tsuJ\{qq},' rehtonA'
,q{\}rekcaH },' tnirp']}[1+1+
1,1-1,1+1,1*1,(1+1)*(1+1)];
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Re^3: Help with processing command line arguments
by diotalevi (Canon) on Dec 16, 2002 at 00:35 UTC

    Oh but it is, it is! The problem is that the DOS/Windows versions I've listed don't have a command shell powerful enough associate file extensions with an interpreter. Remember - you're restricted to command.com here.


    Fun Fun Fun in the Fluffy Chair

      You can use start to get file-associations from the command line, as in start file.pl 1 2 3. (However, this will launch perl in a sperate process and window.)


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