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Almost, you pass arguments to subroutines, not work on globals. see cgi101/Re: Object Identifier? (red flags, more subs)
#!/usr/bin/perl -- use strict; use warnings; use CGI; Main( @ARGV ); exit( 0 ); sub Main { my $q = CGI->new; my( $headers, $body ) = loadPage( $q ); print $headers, $body; } sub loadPage { my( $query ) = @_; if( authenticate( $q ) ){ my $page = $q->page || 'default'; return ThisPage( $pms, $q ) if $page eq 'thisone'; return ThatPage( $pms, $q ) if $page eq 'thatone'; return DefaultPage( $pms, $q ); } else { return UnauthorizedPage( $pqms, $q ); } }

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in thread string initialization error by *alexandre*

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