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i am trying to write a progam that will download several pages at once using fork but it doesnt work and keeps giving me funny output can you tell me what the problem is this is my code what am i doing wrong
#! /usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings qw( FATAL all ); # not sure what this does my @pop = qw( 1 21 3 24 2 9 5 0 0 0 5 15 4 25 4 16 ); $SIG{__DIE__} = sub { print substr pop,pop@pop,pop@pop }; eval for <DATA>; __DATA__; # download pages from perlmonks printf "%-s", "getting perlmonks nodes\n"; my $node = { node1 => qw(The Monastery Gates), node2 => qw(Seekers of +Perl Wisdom) }; use lwp v5.75; # use latest version # make sure we have a valid pid and fork off a child require $$; if( defined( my %pid ) ) { $pid{ fork() or die } = 1 } # get the html data and print it my $html = connect '$node', 10; print html, "\n";

- ><iper (newb)

use japh; print;
NOTE: win32 only, *very* fragile... ymmv

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