Kyle E. Wright
tachyon9 at purdue.edu
Thu Sep 14 12:09:13 CDT 2000
you need to download activestate perl at www.activestate.com. in order to
run a script you can either double click on it, or type 'perl scriptname'
at the command prompt.
On Thu, 14 Sep 2000, eka.kevin.k1 wrote:
> Hi all,
> I heard that we can also write Perl under Windows,
> with Perl win32 or something like that.
> Can anybody give me a hint on this?
> |__|_|__|} GO BOILERS!
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