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How to retain variable values between scripts?

 



oskkar
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Jun 14, 2000, 11:28 AM

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How to retain variable values between scripts? Can't Post

I am trying to carry over the value of variables derived in one script into another.

Basically, I have one script that randomly assigns a value to a variable and then runs another script. Is it possible to have the second script remember the values assigned in the first script?

I was able to do this by writing the information to a text file before running the second script, but I was hoping there was a way to do it without the temporary file. I have also tried the Storable.pm, but have not succesfully gotten it to work.

any help much appreciated!


DrZed
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Jun 14, 2000, 1:33 PM

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Re: How to retain variable values between scripts? [In reply to] Can't Post

Well, there are a variety of ways this can be done and it depends on the nature of the programs and how they are to be run.

You can open a pipe to a program and print data to it:

open (FILE, "|PROGRAM");
print FILE "Data....";
print FILE "It's up to PROGRAM";
print FILE "read the data and process it";
close FILE;

You could also use the system function and send arguements.

system(PROGRAM, ARGS);

Dr. Zed

 
 


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