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You also need to know what system libraries are on your machine. i.e. 64bit versions of MS Windows come with 32bit libraries in addition to the 64 bit versions.

Of course if you're running any OS other than Windows, it's often easier to roll up your own perl from source, perhaps using perlbrew....


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