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executing code without exiting the interpreter

 
 
Mirco Wahab
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      04-01-2007
nikolas pontikos wrote:
> When I launch the interpreter (i.e. just running "perl" at the command
> line) I'd like to be able to execute what I've written so far without
> quitting the interpreter (i.e. without doing a ctrl+D).
>
> I've looked at the available flags but haven't found a way of doing this.


its:
perl -de 1

You can also read
http://www.perl.com/doc/FAQs/FAQ/oldfaq-html/Q3.7.html

Regards

Mirco

 
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nikolas pontikos
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      04-01-2007
When I launch the interpreter (i.e. just running "perl" at the command
line) I'd like to be able to execute what I've written so far without
quitting the interpreter (i.e. without doing a ctrl+D).

I've looked at the available flags but haven't found a way of doing this.


 
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