in reply to Re: system() does not wait
in thread system() does not wait

The following line of code were executed immediately after the system() and produced the out put below: #CODE $exit_value = $? >> 8; $signal_num = $? & 127; $dumped_core = $? & 128; print "$?\n"; print "$exit_value\n"; print "$signal_num\n"; print "$dumped_core\n";

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Re^3: system() does not wait
by cbolcato (Novice) on Dec 01, 2005 at 13:41 UTC
    sorry the following is the output: #OUTPUT -1 16777215 127 128

      If $? is -1, then script2 is not getting invoked. How do you know that script2 is getting invoked at all? Is it doing something? Can you see it in a ps statement?

      Please print out an error message that contains the string-ified version of $! (That is, put something like print "$!" in your code).

      I strongly suspect that either you're forgetting to set your PATH variable or have forgotten to make SCRIPT2 executeable. Or maybe you typo'ed the name of SCRIPT2 in your system statement.

      Either way, the complete and total lack of markup in your responses makes it exceedingly difficult to read what you're trying to say.

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