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Hi again Rolf,

I had tried enclosing my code in <code></code> tags, but found that all of my lines that were longer than a certain length were flowing onto the next line instead of just extending out to their full length, e.g.

<code>
This is a moderately long line of code which I would expect to see flo +wing all the way across the page.
</code>

I couldn't find a way to prevent that, so I tried <pre></pre> instead and it worked, e.g..

<pre>
This is a moderately long line of code which I would expect to see flowing all the way across the page.
</pre>

Thanks, Richard

In reply to Re^4: Perl forked processes and variable sharing by fireblood
in thread Perl forked processes and variable sharing by fireblood

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