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You may find some useful information in the thread beginning at Win32::Taskscheduler failed to install on win7...
or by using this Super Search.

But, whoa, before you charge off to read those, you may want to know a bit about the Monastery and its customs -- chief among them being that we consider it our mission to help you learn Perl... NOT to provide "a free service to run Cron jobs..." nor any other free service except those directly related to the Monastery's mission.

So, please also read On asking for help, How do I post a question effectively?, I know what I mean. Why don't you? and (for good measure, on the theory you may someday soon want to ask an appropriate-for-this-site question) Markup in the Monastery
    (hint 1: You don't tell us, explicitly, that you're using some version of Windows, even though that appears likely... but we're more likely to be on-target with replies if we know for sure.
and...
    hint 2: inserting <br/> between </p> and <p> is unnecessary [and ugly, IMO] to create blank lines between paras).


In reply to Re: Cron jobs in Perl by ww
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