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Discussion in 'Perl' started by sm00thcrimnl13, Jan 28, 2004.

  1. if i have windows 2000 and know how to write perl scripts, how to i
    actuvate the script through perl?
    sm00thcrimnl13, Jan 28, 2004
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    (sm00thcrimnl13) wrote in message news:<>...

    > Subject: perl


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    > if i have windows 2000 and know how to write perl scripts, how to i
    > actuvate the script through perl?


    What do you mean by "actuvate the script through perl"?

    Do you mean execute a Perl script?

    You can do "C:\perl\bin\perl.exe whatever" (replacing C:\perl with
    wherever you installed Perl).

    Or you can just give the scipt a .pl suffix and double click in
    explorer (as most popular Perl installations will associate the .pl
    file extension with perl.exe).

    Is this perhaps a stealth CGI question?

    If you are asking how to configure your web server to execute CGI
    scripts written in Perl then then that is question about how to
    configure your (unspecified) web server software not a question about
    Perl.

    That said, if you are using the ActiveState Perl distribution and your
    web server is IIS then the .pl suffix will optionally be automatically
    be associated with perl.exe in the IIS CGI configuration when you
    install Perl.

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    , Jan 30, 2004
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