Another thing to check:
using warnings in your script, shows this Use of uninitialized value $input in numeric ne (!=) at ... line 75. Please check your subroutine getInput.
Secondly, in my considered opinion, I think it will be better if your subroutine are called without the & in cases like this. Why not just call like this:
$input = getInput()
# and your subroutine are defined as
Except you know for sure why you are doing otherwise. Please see perlsub
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