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Re: Print subroutine problem

by NetWallah (Abbot)
on Apr 05, 2013 at 17:58 UTC ( #1027185=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Print subroutine problem

You need to fix your "print" statements inside your GetOptions processing to format the output. Eg:

'activeconn' => sub { print "Active_Conn:" . query_database($querys{activeconn}) . " "},
Add printing of a "\n" after you finish "GetOptions".
Also, the final test should be for "@ARGV", not "$ARGV".

Update: Noticed that CountOrlok beat me to it, with almost identical advice.

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Re^2: Print subroutine problem
by Shivaramakrishnan (Initiate) on Apr 05, 2013 at 18:40 UTC

    Thanks a ton!! That worked

Re^2: Print subroutine problem
by Shivaramakrishnan (Initiate) on Apr 05, 2013 at 18:47 UTC

    I wanted to know is there a way to modify my current script to accept ip address of the database server (in script used as hostname) as an arguement since I am implementing this over multiple database servers and don't want to statically define an IP.

      Just the way you have the line 'database=s' => \$database, you can add a line for $hostname.

      Also, look into making your usage statement better, i.e. tell users that they can also pass --user, --database, etc. in the command line.

      Just a side note, it hurts my eyes seeing the word "querys". Someone is going to get an error if they type the correct pluralization in the script.

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