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There are two ways to launch system commands in perl, one is by the system operator, and the other is by the backquotes operator.

And the open operator and the exec operator.   (And do if you consider a Perl program a system command.)

In reply to Re: How to get the exit status and the output of the command launched in perl by jwkrahn
in thread How to get the exit status and the output of the command launched in perl by sunshine_august

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