Worked fine for me on Linux. My only recomendation would
be to import CRLF()
use IO::Socket qw(:crlf);
local $/ = CRLF; # Cygwin, Linux, Mac, Winders, all
Or just use the CRLF()
constant instead of
when you print. Here is a quote from Dr. Stein's
Network Progamming With Perl
When communicating with a line-oriented network server that
uses CRLF to terminate lines, it won't be possible to set
$/ to \r\n. Use the explicit string
\015\012 instead. To make this less obscure, the
Socket and IO::Socket modules ... have an
option to export globals named $CRLF and
CRLF() that return the correct values.
(it is very easy to get the \r\n combo backwards ;))
(the triplet paradiddle with high-hat)
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