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When we wrote testcase that has forking inside results are printed twice. Can we correct this ?
[host1]$ cat use Test::More tests => 2; sub for{ my $pid = fork; if($pid == 0 ){ }else{} waitpid($pid,0); } $a = "hi"; ok ("hi" eq $a); ok("1" eq &for());
[host1]$ perl 1..2 ok 1 not ok 2 # Failed test ( at line 14) not ok 2 # Failed test ( at line 14) # Looks like you failed 1 tests of 2.

In reply to Results printing multiple times when testcase with fork using Test::more module by thiagu_mvt

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