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As I pointed out in the CB both the here docs and qq or q work for me; so the error is either somewhere else or you forgot to end a HERE doc somewhere. my test case:

$blah = "something"; #$blah printed as $blah print q( <blahtag>blah blah $blah</blahtag> <blahtag>blah blah $blah</blahtag> ); #&printOwner($data{owner1}); #&printOwner($data{owner2}); #&printOwner($data{owner3}); #$blah printed as $blah's value (using q) print q( <blahtag>blah blah ) . $blah . q(</blahtag> <blahtag>blah blah ) . $blah . q(</blahtag> ); #&printOwner($data{owner1}); #&printOwner($data{owner2}); #&printOwner($data{owner3}); #$blah printed as $blah's value (using qq) print qq( <blahtag>blah blah $blah</blahtag> <blahtag>blah blah $blah</blahtag> );

Judging by the amount of HTML your printing using HERE docs in your code, you might want to look at HTML::Template. Which would allow you to seperate your HTML and perl code (which is much easier to debug and update).

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In reply to Re: Here document construct problem by kutsu
in thread Here document construct problem by hok_si_la

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