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Re: Re: Glue C library to Perl

by leonb (Novice)
on Mar 23, 2004 at 19:33 UTC ( #339139=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Glue C library to Perl
in thread Glue C library to Perl

You're assestment that I'm in the deep end of the pool is correct. My first program (after Hello) in Perl was a WEB site tester that is uses the HTTP agent, tests the site, pings the host if not found, and emails to a few people. I liked the Perl functionality and it still being low level enough for this type of work. Instead of tying up the good people here, maybe there is a site that has Perl Programmers listed and I could find one of them to help me. telling the maangers I am not the right person is fine, I just need to provide an alternative.

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Re: Re: Re: Glue C library to Perl
by spartan (Pilgrim) on Mar 23, 2004 at 20:59 UTC
    I think you HAVE found a site that has perl programmers. Perhaps you could offer a "bounty" to have someone help you, or just write the code that you need.

    Very funny Scotty... Now PLEASE beam down my PANTS!
      Sounds like something you would want to post to rather than here, based on prior conversation against turning this into a job forum. I'm inclined to agree. Most gurus folks looking for work are probably on that list -- and you may find someone with a little extra time on his hands your company could hire as a remote contractor (or something).
        Thanks will try that approach. If I need help I may return. Thanks for all your wisdom. This thread can be closed. Leon
      Yes I am willing to pay someone to help me. I do not expect anything for free. will let you post a job ad. Most of the monks that responded could probably do the job, as could many who did not. You could /msg these monks or look on their home nodes (click their name) for a private email address.

        If this is a custom app, compiled already, located on company servers, for which you simply have the header files have you contemplated the logistics of access and testing?

        No I don't have the time in case you were wondering.



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