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i assume you are working on a *nix system. Probably the path to perl is sth like /usr/bin/perl or /usr/local/bin/perl. If the file has an "exe" extension it is probably for doze and maybe needs to be exchanged.
If you ar working on windows...good luck
thank you for your help.
I have sucessfully solved the problem.as I am a new user of linux.I have mistake the windows file formt for the linux system's. so I finally figure it out by using "which perl" to find the executable compiler.
Well, I've always used -w and don't remember seeing an issue with that... maybe I'm just lucky
I also always use
even in small ones because they often become larger and (more importantly) it's a good habit.
Also, I use a temp file eg test.pl to check some ides or fiddly syntax before inclusion in the real prog.
If I leave off strict/-w in that, I get bitten later in the real prog, so I don't do that ...