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Re: Question about

by bibliophile (Parson)
on Feb 25, 2005 at 21:13 UTC ( #434649=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Question about

At a first guess, that should probably be: print $t->html;

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Re^2: Question about
by MBolton (Novice) on Feb 25, 2005 at 21:18 UTC
    Oops.. that's what I meant to type.. that's actually how my code is written:
    print $t->html;
    Sorry about that.. I also meant to mention that I have tried using this module against several different valid .csv files and it does not seem to be working as advertised. Of course, it could be user error. LOL
      Hmm. I just tried your code, and (after getting rid of the space in 'Data:: Table'), it worked for me.
      I *was* using a testme.csv in my current directory, though... maybe that's got something to do with it?

      What kind of error messages do you get?

        I'm not really seeing any error messages. Even when I put my code in the perl -w mode for warnings. The main symptom is the fact that it simply won't display the results. The only thing that displays on my webpage is the HTML Header that I created for it, which is a separate sub-routine... I'm not sure why my original code had that space in Data::Table. My actual code doesn't have that in there either, hmm... Sidenote: I also tried opening a .csv file that was in the exact same directory as the Perl script: still no dice.. :(

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