Thanks guys for the info.
I have been reading some of the tutorials for the last two days, so I know where to go to start learning Perl, but just needed advice on what to do re: templates.
I've looked at TT and Mason and they basically look like diff languages. I really want to use Perl though, so as to learn it better. See I do a lot more web projects than admin scripts, so want to actually use Perl, not some template.
But thanks I got the info I needed. Will give require a go and go from there. I probably should have read http://perldoc.perl.org/functions/require.html properly, as it looked like it doesn't do what I wanted at first glance.
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