...which is not the same thing as the value of your program is $0.

Though that may very well be the price -- "under the same terms as perl itself".


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(Ovid) Re: The value of $0 is your program...
by Ovid (Cardinal) on Mar 20, 2001 at 16:51 UTC
    Heh. Nice humor.

    $0 is actually something that trips up a lot of C programmers who start using Perl. They expect $ARGV[0] to hold the name of the program and then pull their hair out trying to figure out why their scripts fail.


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