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i want to write a subroutine for SSH Connection then call the sub in another line , now how put arguments in the sub

sub SSHApp { #SSH Connection to Applaince my $ssh_1 = Net::Appliance::Session->new({personality => 'ios', tr +ansport => 'SSH', host => "$MyIP",}) ; $ssh_1->connect({ username => "$MyUser", password => "$MyPass" + }) ; $ssh_1->begin_privileged({ password => 'ai'}) ; print $ssh_1->cmd('sh version') ; $ssh_1->end_privileged ; $ssh_1->close; } my $result = SSHApp(); print "$result" , "\n" ;

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