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From the Dancer docs about the template function:
Returns the response of processing the given template with the given parameters
In other words, whatever the sub returns goes to the client's browser, which is not necessarily what was returned by template. Hence in your first example you indeed see a webpage and in the second example you "see" the value of the while loop once it ends. As that is unlikely to be a properly formed web-page there is nothing to see. So put the call to template at the very end of the sub.

And don't forget to pass @filelist to the template function (read the docs on how to do this).

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In reply to Re: Dancer not displaying Template by CountZero
in thread Dancer not displaying Template by nathaniels

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