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Re^3: First time using Argsby JavaFan (Canon)
|on May 03, 2012 at 17:57 UTC||Need Help??|
In Programming class, we were taught that <> = <STDIN>.That's wrong. <> is shorthand for <ARGV>.
I could write this without asking for user input...the only problem was that one of the args would be a string that may contain spaces, and I'm not sure how best to handle that. Make the user enter that argument with quotes?Quotes, or backslashes should work in all shells that I know off. (The spaces are special to the shell, Perl has nothing to do with that).