I have tried to implement the below Perl code based on a response provided from another thread for which the requestor asked the same basic question that I am trying to resolve - "How to call Java methods from Perl:.
#! /usr/bin/perl -w
use Inline ( Java => 'STUDY',
STUDY => ['home.rwest.workspace....'],
AUTOSTUDY => 1,
use Inline::Java gw(caught);
When I attempt to execute this code I get the following:
Error: You have specified 'Java' as an Inline programming language.
I currently only know about the following languages:
C, Foo, foo
Why am I getting this Error?
I saw a response from an internet search related to this error that Inline::Java needs to be installed. Can someone explain the entire process required to resolve this issue?
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