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      I am trying to update a text file. The error I am getting is: Can't "next" outside a block at PersonalfrmList.pl line 59
As well you should. You aren't using "next" within a control or loop block so the error is correct.


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In reply to Re: Updating a text file by blue_cowdawg
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