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Re: using rsh command in perl

by tachyon (Chancellor)
on Dec 22, 2001 at 21:11 UTC ( #133974=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to using rsh command in perl

Sadly requests from Anonymous Monk for personalised replies to tend not to meet with enthusiastic responses. Perl can do all of what you want and more. To execute a command line command in perl you just enclose it in back ticks like this:

my $output = `rsh blah blah`;

The output of the command is caught by $output. For info on loops see tutorials




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erix learned the word 'portaging' not so long ago (from vikings lugging their ships from one river-system to another)
[choroba]: my best run so far
[erix]: I think they build a portaging installation for yachts here not so long ago - lemme google it
[erix]: choroba ah, you should have sprinted 7 s off that :)
[erix]: (but then there's always a next (im)possible goal)
Corion avoids running by starting on time
[choroba]: my phone showed me 1 hour 10 km which was my goal, it changed a bit after uploading to the website
[erix]: choroba I believe you ;)

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