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Here is an example I have from unknown origin (probably perl.inline newsgroup) for using Inline::C
#!/usr/bin/perl # Suppose libyourlib contains a function called 'multiply' which takes + 2 # arguments of type int and returns a int. You could access it with # Inline::C as follows: use Inline C => Config => LIBS => '-L/path/to/the_static_lib -lyourlib'; use Inline C => <<'EOC'; #include "yourlib.h" int wrap_multiply(int a, int b) { return multiply(a,b); } EOC my $x = 17; my $y = 123; print wrap_multiply($x, $y); __END__ # And, so long as was able to be found, that Inline scri +pt # should work fine (typing errors aside :-).

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