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  • Pardonnez, moi, monsieur. Je veux generer (generate) de la Text::FixedLength. Comment puis-je faire? Merci beaucoup.
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    connect, prepare, execute, fetch
    . I need EZDBI usage or I'm switching to PHP.
  • Are you telling that this so-called systems programming language Perl can't programmatically send subprocesses input based on their output? I would Expect something this trivial to have been solved a long time ago.

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