If you are trying to get input from the standard output of the script and system security is good (NOT one of my best topics) then why not use backticks, as in...
$foo = 'usr/bin/bar.pl';
If anyone has any good reasons why not, please reply or /msg me.
Muchas gracias, Elgon
Thanks to myocom, that should read...
$foo = `/usr/bin/bar.pl`;
Goddamn azerty keyboards!
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