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Add binmode OUT after the open.

Also,

  1. you should be using a mode of '>' not '>>', unless your intention is to append to an existing file.
  2. for($i=1;$i<10001;$i++){ is more easily and clearly written as for my $i ( 1 .. 10000 ) {
  3. int(rand(20000))+440000 produces always positive integer.

    If you don't need signed integers, your question would have been much simpler to answer.

  4. $k=substr(pack('l>',$j),1); print OUT $k;

    Packing and writing one value at a time is hugely expensive compared to packing all 10000 values in a single pass and then writing them once.

  5. For goodness sake, use a little horizontal whitespace.

    Don't you find this infinitely more readable?

    #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; print "Content-type: text/html\n\n"; srand(); my $fil = "ch"; open( OUT, '>', $fil ) or die $!; binmode OUT; for my $i ( 1 .. 10_000 ) { my $j = int( rand( 20_000 ) ) + 440_000; my $k = substr( pack( 'l>', $j ), 1 ); print OUT $k; } close( OUT ); print "DONE !";

    Remember that your source code is the equivalent of the professional chef's plated up meal.

    His presentation is what makes the difference between a paid for cover and a decent home cooked meal. It is both his edge and his profit margin.


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In reply to Re^4: 3-byte representation by BrowserUk
in thread 3-byte representation by gerleu

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