I'm embarrassed to impose on your remarkably good will but I'm at a loss.
I was reading the Llama at a MS Windows box. I got to "Getting User Input" and tried out the example:
$line = <STDIN>;
print "That line of input was: $line";
When I run the script by 2-clicking on the cute pearl icon, the window displaying the output disappears faster than I can see whether the program succeeded or failed.
Where do I learn how to control that window? In fact, I don't care so much about seeing what's sent to STDOUT as I do about having STDERR persist in a visible form when the program is launched in this way.
Thank you (again).