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Re: Runing "regular" code with threaded perl

by djp (Hermit)
on Jul 11, 2008 at 01:38 UTC ( #696872=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Runing "regular" code with threaded perl

Your problem is you're not checking the return value of bjmsys(). Try:

#bjmsys("xspec - ${tmp}.xcm", $v); bjmsys("xspec - ${tmp}.xcm", $v) == 0 or die ("bjmsys failed"); open(DAT, "${tmp}xsfit.dat") || die ("Could not open file!");
BTW, for a scientist, your analysis of the problem was decidedly unscientific! :-).


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Re^2: Runing "regular" code with threaded perl
by cdarke (Prior) on Jul 11, 2008 at 07:41 UTC
    The return value from system is checked in the bjmsys subroutine depending on the value of the second parameter, $v.
    Can kingskot confirm that $v is being set to 1, at least for testing?

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