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Re^3: Question regarding perl subroutine

by davies (Vicar)
on Jul 15, 2012 at 21:28 UTC ( #981932=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

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No, that syntax cannot be right. Looking at the code you posted originally, I see:

my $ua= new LWP::UserAgent; #my $ua->agent("Mozilla/5.0"); my $ua->agent("");

You seem to be trying to use strict;, which is good (see my home node), but without understanding what it does. PerlIntro ( has a section on variable scoping that it might help you to understand. my creates a new instance of a variable. You may have seen examples of messages telling you that a declaration masks a previous declaration. This is telling you that you have re-initialised a variable name, which is unlikely to be what you want. I think what you want is something like:

my $ua= new LWP::UserAgent; $ua->agent("Mozilla/5.0");

but as I don't even know what LWP is, this is a pretty wild guess. might be another good read.


John Davies

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