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Hello and thanks for your answer.

- I will serve them on the web

- I use FrontPage, because it is indeed the only tool that I have in order to design nice looking HTML pages.

- I inherited of these scripts that I now have to manage myself, and dont feel like re-writing them all with new tools, as my knowledge of perl is very limited.

These scripts have a myriad of embedded HTML codes with the print <<eof method, and I have to re-edit and make them look better.

But for these .pl and .pm scripts, FrontPage is of little help for me, as the mixture of perl script and HTML code makes it almost impossible to properly edit.


In reply to Re^2: inserting HTML file in a PERL script by thetallblondguy
in thread inserting HTML file in a PERL script by thetallblondguy

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