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Re: How to write out a Perl script and run it in as few keystrokes as possible.

by Old_Gray_Bear (Bishop)
on Sep 24, 2012 at 23:49 UTC ( #995458=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How to write out a Perl script and run it in as few keystrokes as possible.

I normally run with three windows (Linux terminal sessions) --
  1. my source code
  2. my input data
  3. the Perl debugger
Save the source; step through the code with the debugger; determine where I went wrong; fix the source code; repeat loop until done.

----
I Go Back to Sleep, Now.

OGB

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[stevieb]: I don't know what you mean. I write the code in C/C++ that accesses the ICs per the datasheet, wrap it for Perl, then use them. My code ensures that the functions/methods from Perl do the right thing for the chips/sensors etc
[stevieb]: At least that's what I'm working on right now. I've also been updating my automated test software Test::BrewBuild so it handles this work properly. It's not really easy meshing high level languages with low-level hardware :)
[stevieb]: this link is probably better for an overview of my test software

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