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Re: Use a Variable in a Separate Perl Script

by temporal (Pilgrim)
on Jun 07, 2012 at 17:15 UTC ( #974996=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Use a Variable in a Separate Perl Script

Depends on what you are doing with these two scripts. It might be time to rethink your design. Maybe what you really want to do is create a package with some functions and variables and then put the program logic into a second script. package MyModule; use strict; our $variable = 'hello!'; use strict; use MyModule; print $MyModule::variable;

Also, you can use Exporter if you want to add optionality to your exports.

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[RonW]: as I understand it, RPerl "compiles" a subset of Perl to C, so I would expect the final executable to run a lot faster
[RonW]: Is there an English language version of the site?
[LanX]: but Afaik Perl is on average about 10-20 times slower than C
[LanX]: no
[LanX]: but I could ask Herbert to elaborate
[1nickt]: performance_benchm arks.html

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