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Contributed by punksk8er on Dec 18, 2000 at 05:17 UTC
Q&A  > programs and processes


Answer: How do I encode my perl into my C/C++ programs?
contributed by Fastolfe

Assuming by 'encode' you mean 'embed', see perlembed.

Answer: How do I encode my perl into my C/C++ programs?
contributed by kschwab

Another option is SWIG. Swig provides a generalized way of calling perl (or python,tcl,others) from a C or C++ program.

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