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Well, it looks like perl to me any all the perl's on my system, and it sounds like it's working fine for you with perl. So I'd say you're coding perl properly.

So it sounds like you really have an EPIC problem; maybe it has a bug in its parsing somehow. 's beyond me; I've never used anything Eclipse-ish. I don't know what support channels exist there, but you could see if someone there knows what's up.

You could also try fiddling the code around a bit and see if you can find something that's making it's confused. Perhaps it doesn't like the commas at beginning of line? Try changing something like

print $htmlPage->a( { -href => CONSTANT2 , -target => '_self' }, 'こちら' + );

to

print $htmlPage->a( { -href => CONSTANT2, -target => '_self' }, 'こちら' ) +;

instead (comma moved to the end of the first line rather than start of the second). Or put it all together on one line. Eliminate the -href, and try with just the -target, and vice versa.


In reply to Re^3: Bad name after xxxx' by fullermd
in thread Bad name after xxxx' by KyussRyn

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