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Shouldn't the script be receiving a signal when windows shuts down?

Using %SIG to set an appropriate action (cleanup; exit 0) might be the simplest way to go about this.


In reply to Re: Exiting batch-started Perl script on WinXP shutdown by SuicideJunkie
in thread Exiting batch-started Perl script on WinXP shutdown by gri6507

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