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Well, this is what happens when one is assimilated. When I ran .\hello.pl from a command (DOS) prompt, notepad opened with the script for editting :)

Rats, foiled again!
Petras

UPDATE: Even with correct shebang, calling the script from the DOS prompt via  .\hello.pl in win XP still launches notepad. Kinda makes you wanna launch windows...
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In reply to Re: Re: What's #! got to do with it? by Petras
in thread What's #! got to do with it? by Petras

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