Is the error "can't load
" or "can't locate
" ? For me, there is no such thing as the DBI::FIRSTKEY() function, hence:
F:\pscrpt>perl -MDBI -e "DBI::FIRSTKEY()"
Can't locate auto/DBI/FIRSTKEY.al in @INC (@INC contains: ..
: To explain a little further, in its attempts to find the DBI::FIRSTKEY() function, perl finally looks for that function in the file 'auto/DBI/FIRSTKEY.al'. That file doesn't exist, so perl informs us that it can't find that file. It would make better sense if perl told us that the DBI::FIRSTKEY() function did not exist (since that's what the real problem is).
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