I'm getting an apparent error in a Perl CGI script I'm running from IIS. The code:
print '<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <body> '; print "1<br>"; print "2<br>"; print "3<br>", "4<br>"; print "5<br>". "6<br>"; print "</body></html>"
This gives the result, in the browser (IE):
1 2 3 5 6
Note that the "4" is missing -- the comma-delimited arg's to the 4th print apparently aren't working here.
This IIS server is running ActiveState Perl "5.006001" (from $]).

If I run this script from browser on a different IIS box with ActiveState Perl 5.006, the 4 is *not* missing, so the comma apparently "works".
And... If I run this script from command line on yet another box with AS Perl 5.006001, the 4 is *not* missing, again.

Actually, I suspect this has nothing to do with IIS/CGI/etc., but rather something to do with print and commas. I've searched the web, perldelta, PerlMonks, but I'm not sure exactly what I should be searching for...
Anyone got an idea? (I'm willing to accept I made a dumb mistake.)

TIA, oh Mighty Monks.

Signed,
Mush4brains

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