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Re: Capture response from backticks to a file.by dsb (Chaplain)
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I think you're misusing the backticks in your code.
IS capturing the output from the command and then printing it to STDOUT.
But in your open command, you're effectively trying to open a pipe to a command that matches the output from your original backtick command, which should be failing I'd think.
remember that backticks do execute your command, and things get a little simpler. For example:
This @ISA my( $cool ) %SIG