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Re^3: Ask for STDIN but don't pause for it

by zentara (Archbishop)
on Sep 30, 2011 at 10:59 UTC ( #928744=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: Ask for STDIN but don't pause for it
in thread Ask for STDIN but don't pause for it

Works here. Are you hitting Enter to finish the line input? Otherwise use sysread.
$ ./
Fri Sep 30 06:56:53 2011
Fri Sep 30 06:56:58 2011
got: asdfasfsad
Fri Sep 30 06:57:02 2011

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Re^4: Ask for STDIN but don't pause for it
by Anonymous Monk on Feb 01, 2012 at 10:24 UTC

    same problem sysread doesn't solve. It seems a matter of not blocking can_read. Did you manage to have it working?

      It works on Linux, it doesn't on Windows XP. Do you know why? thank you

        Because cmd.exe is not bash, or csh, or ..... there is a reason abstractions such as Curses/Term::Readline::Gnu were invented

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[1nickt]: choroba no kidding! The muscle memory alone makes it insignificant. I suppose the addition of param checking is nice. But if you are using MOo anyway you are using Type::Tiny, and you can easily use T::T for params in regular methods.
[choroba]: And regarding SQL, I'm usually generating SQL directly from queries supplied by the user, so I don't see how DBIx::Class can help me.

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