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I already parsed the data using perl, but now since the list is long and I want to update it every time I run the perl program how can I embed the table using html inside of my perl script.

The format looks like this

Please help
thanks

Can somebody show me how I can put html in perl

Bob, health care, date=18:18 on July 9, total = 100, sum, 80, result = +done Bob, benefit, date 11:16 on July12, total =100 Bob, dental, date 11:20 July 2, result = done Tom, health care, date=18:18 on July 9, total = 100, sum, 80, result = +done Tom, benefit, date 11:16 on July12, total =100 Tom, dental, date 11:20 July 2, result = failed <<, *** << Name Health care | Benefit | Dental Bob Date=18:18 | data data TOm total = 100 |total=100 sum= 80 result = done --------------------------

Sam

Edited by davido: Added code tags and formatting.


In reply to how to put html table in perl by Samm

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Use:  <p> text here (a paragraph) </p>
and:  <code> code here </code>
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