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Oh, and there is no PERL

Of course there is, otherwise why would there be this? ;-)

And the best quote from the docs...

Unfortunately there is no documentation for PERL (believe me I've looked everywhere). Therefore, the best thing to do is to go straight to comp.lang.perl.misc and ask your questions there.

Guess a few of them got lost and found their way here instead.


In reply to Re: Re: How to find out the calling URL?? by cjf
in thread How to find out the calling URL?? by Anonymous Monk

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