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I am using Net::Whois::Raw.

I have enabled the following:
$Net::Whois::Raw::OMIT_MSG = 1;
$Net::Whois::Raw::TIMEOUT = 10;
$Net::Whois::Raw::CHECK_FAIL = 1;
I call the module by my $dominfo = whois($list1) It often fails if the url is in unknown format or at times says Unknown error: at C:/Perl/site/lib/Net/Who is/ line 235

eval {...} called at C:/Perl/site/lib/Net/Whois/ line 232
This error "
eval {...} called at C:/Perl/site/lib/Net/Whois/ line 232
" is what I often see.
How do I make sure the code skips such errors and continue checking the next domain without dying.

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