Dec 31, 2008, 11:01 AM
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@INC specifies the location of PERL libraries.
So what shall I understand from @INC, what location does it specify ? When I use "perl @INC" on command prompt, I get message saying "cant run perl script @INC, no such file or directory". So what does @INC mean ?
@INC is a special variable that holds the directories (folders) where the Perl modules are. See `perldoc perlvar` and search for it. If you want to add your directories to it, use lib; see `perldoc lib`. To add the directory where the script is use:
See `perldoc FindBin` for details.
use FindBin '$RealBin'; FindBin::again();
use lib $RealBin;
I love Perl; it's the only language where you can bless your thingy.
Perl documentation is available at perldoc.perl.org. The list of standard modules and pragmatics is available in perlmodlib.
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