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I was hesitant to use Net::Aim due to the lack of information on the cpan module page. With AOLIM atleast they should examples of how to use it.

In any case, I implemented a fast copy using Net::Aim and I'm getting an error :PARSE: How many args in ' 2'?

The script hangs after "Login Successful". Any suggestions?

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use Net::AIM; my $aim; my $conn; print "Subject's name:"; chomp(my $destuser = <STDIN>); print "Message:"; chomp(my $message = <STDIN>); print "Starting Net::Aim\n"; $aim = new Net::AIM; print "Connecting with loging crudentials\n"; $conn = $aim->newconn(Screenname => 'wfgs343R', Password => 'iamcool'); print "Login sucessfull!\n"; $aim->start; print "Beginning AIM\n"; $aim->send_im($destuser, $message); print "Message sent.\n";

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