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Re^3: Can not get the same output from $dbh->do and $dbh->prepare

by hippo (Canon)
on May 25, 2014 at 10:26 UTC ( #1087354=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: Can not get the same output from $dbh->do and $dbh->prepare
in thread Can not get the same output from $dbh->do and $dbh->prepare

not all of us can find and understand the information that clearly and that fast.

Interesting. The first thing any user should be taught (after switching on and logging in/out) is the man command. Were you not?

Of course you may use a platform which doesn't feature this brilliant command, but that's OK because every perl user's first lesson should include a reference to perldoc. Did yours?

The thing is that even if your lessons did not include mention of these 2 fundamental commands, your favourite search engine should have helped.

You'll notice that the first result there comes straight back here to perlmonks. Further, the second is the page to which boftx linked. Both are excellent resources.

It would be my recommendation that you take the time to familiarise yourself with man and perldoc and get to grips with the query syntax of your favourite search engine. That way many answers can be found and much time saved.

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