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Re^2: Installing Perl on Windows XP
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Welcome to the Monastery Ethen
As GrandFather has already suggested "you should be able to run your Perl application by simply typing the filename on the command line"
You may find it useful when first learning to create a shortcut to the copy cmd.exe into the Perl bin.
Then all that is needed is to type the file name "proj.pl" at the command prompt.
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