1) I googled to find the answer. As per the directions I got, I typed "instmodsh" on the command line (Its for unix and Im using windows), and I got following output. Is there any specific command for windows ?
Available commands are:
l - List all installed modul
m <module> - Select a module
q - Quit the program
Installed modules are:
How to check details of these packages ?
How come I dont see CGI.pm in here. When I type "perldoc cgi.pm", I get to see details. How can we check what subroutines are available in each module ?
2)I typed ppm on cmd prompt and I got a separate console opening up as "perl package manager" , with names of different packages in it. When I click on different packages, it does not open. So how to check these packages ?
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