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Making users isn't my issue. The DBI stuff is.

I think Corion covered that well, which is why I chose to comment on other aspects

I didn't add them in because its a standard for nearly all perl scripts. Thanks... I guess.

Sure, you're welcome, but :)

$ perl -e " use Strict; " Incorrect use of pragma 'strict' at -e line 1. Compilation failed in require at -e line 1. BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at -e line 1. $ perl -e " use Warnings; " Incorrect use of pragma 'warnings' at -e line 1. Compilation failed in require at -e line 1. BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at -e line 1.

If you take the time to clean up the code you post and make sure it compiles and runs , then someone might focus on answering the real question instead of pointing out the typos and such

You should read the topic before commenting.

Sure, that is a reasonable practice, although its not a requirement :) However, surely you're aware I must have read the topic to notice issues in your code, and offer some suggestions?

What did you think of my suggestions, have you heard about the programming rule of three?

You repeat (or copy/paste)  print/<STDIN>/chomp and according to the rule of three, this means you should turn it into a function/sub/procedure ...

Good luck

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