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Old 12-05-2008, 03:32 PM   #16
Thor_2.0
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Man, I'm stumped...

When I let Java do the call, and do this (loose snippet)

$a = $ARGV[x]

open...

print $a; # displays correvtly
print FILEHANDLE ; # saves only the first bit - until the space...

I tries putting the single quotes in, and the output is :

<dlu>'Fri</dlu>
<dam>Dec</dam>
<fla>05</fla>
<phf>22:11:52</phf>
<hfn>CET</hfn>
<pin>2008'</pin>

<ith this param being 'Fri Dec 05 22:05:20 CET 2008' - with single quotes, the previous attempt had escaped double quotes...even that did'nt work...

the first parenthesis and the last are printed to the file, just like that...

Eh, I'll sleep on it...maybe I'll "dream" up something...
;-)

'nite-all

Thor
 
  


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