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You're being rather mysterious, which makes it harder to give helpful answers. (Why can't you combine the two scripts into one? Why do you aim to invoke the Perl interpreter only once?)

I don't think the first element of argv is used. I prefer to set it to ‘perl’ because, logically, it’s supposed to be the name that the program was invoked with. But set it to ‘fiddlesticks’ if you prefer – I don’t think it will make any difference to the result.


In reply to Re^3: Doubts of a perl beginner on PERLEMBED by robin
in thread Doubts of a perl beginner on PERLEMBED by jithoosin

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