, and welcome to the Monastery,
I have to admit that a couple replies to your original post nearly made me laugh a drink of water out my nose!
Anyways, you might enjoy reading a few nodes before trying again. There are several other good 'posting help' nodes, but these seem like a good short-list:
On asking for help
How to get the most of your question from the monks
Welcome to the Monastery! Make yourself at home.
Taking a shot at it myself, a Seekers of Perl Wisdom post like this might get you the kind of help that Perl Monks is famous for the world 'round:
I've a website where I want to do some XML/XSLT content, but am having some problems. (clear description of probs here) I'd like to be able to update the content from a Perl CGI script, but my ISP won't let me install modules.
I used the PerlMonks "Search" form to look for XML and XSLT, but didn't find anything that looked relevant. Any monks care to help out a young Aussie starting out with Perl?
(Ozzite parting phrase here)
Btw, you are to be commended for not posting wrongly to Catagorized Questions and Answers
as I did on my first post.
striving toward Perl Adept
(it's pronounced "why-bick")
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