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  Subject: Stupid # in script question
  Posted: 04/20/2004 at 6:08:35 am
  By: Scaggs

Im new to scripts and the path on my hosting server says this "Path to PERL /usr/bin/perl
Path to sendmail /usr/sbin/sendmail"

But in the bizmail.cgi file it says to use #!/usr/bin/perl. what are the # and ! signs? do i take them out or leave them in? Sorry for the stupid question but this is confusing to me.

Thanks

Scaggs



  Subject: Re: Stupid # in script question
  Posted: 04/20/2004 at 6:28:41 am
  By: jonnyknock

As far as I know you can leave them in.



  Subject: Re: Stupid # in script question
  Posted: 04/20/2004 at 6:31:39 am
  By: Scaggs

thanks



  Subject: Re: Stupid # in script question
  Posted: 04/21/2004 at 6:03:12 am
  By: Seth Knorr

Yes, you do leave them in. The pound sign in perl means you are commenting code out. IF the pound sign and then !
eg. #!
apear on the first line, that tells perl that the path to perl will follow.

Seth



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