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      i am not saying that yo cant help i just want to say that please reply for a solution not just a reference to cpan may be he doesnt know what cpan is. then ?? please dont take it personal i really feels some people here are agressive with newbies. and please dont make a chain of threads on this issue

I don't think you understand PM at all. We are not "aggressive" with newbies, a lot of us have not patience for folks that don't attempt to work out solutions to their problems on their own and expect us to write the solution for you. As far as preaching to us about how to act you are way out of line.

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      i just want to say that please reply for a solution not just a reference to cpan may be he doesnt know what cpan is. then ??
As far as telling folks to look at CPAN goes that is part of the basics (at least in my opinion) of knowing Perl. If you don't know what CPAN is there's the search box on the top of the page. There are FAQs on this site. There are tutorials. There is so much reference material on PM that being a newbie is hardly an excuse.

You'll find that I'm a lot more patient with people when they don't treat treat PM like it is their personal code writing service. This is a peer review community.

Getting off my soap box now.

Peter L. Berghold -- Unix Professional
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