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Hi, I developed a perl/TK script in Win-2000 environment. when I run it the DOS-screen pops up and displays my program errors. but this screen closes so fast that its impossible to read the error. so, how do I debug my perl.ptk script or how do I slow down the DOS-screen to read the errors? thanks so much, regards, Marco. __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail - 50x more storage than other providers! http://promotions./new_mail...

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    Default Could you please help with a PERL/TK question.


    Hi, I developed a perl/TK script in Win-2000
    environment.
    when I run it the DOS-screen pops up and displays my
    program errors. but this screen closes so fast that
    its
    impossible to read the error. so, how do I debug my
    perl.ptk script or how do I slow down the DOS-screen
    to read the errors?
    thanks so much,
    regards,
    Marco.



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    Default RE: Could you please help with a PERL/TK question.


     

    Are you launching your Tk script via a double-click of the filename in
    windows explorer/desktop etc? If so, the script will run and when finished
    (or errors occurred) the cmd shell window will disappear, this is normal
    behaviour.

    Either add a the line: '<STDIN>;' (without quotes) to the end of your
    program or run the script directly from the cmd shell.

    To run the script directly from cmd shell ie. click "Start" and then select
    "Run" and type "cmd". The cmd shell appears. Then type: perl
    path\to\my\script.pl



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    Default [SOLVED] RE: Could you please help with a PERL/TK question.

    adding <STDIN>; did not work, but running it from cmd
    shell did. thank you so much.
    regards,
    Marco.


    --- Toby Stuart <com.au> wrote: 
    > question. 
    > my 
    > that 
    > my 
    > DOS-screen 
    >
    > Are you launching your Tk script via a double-click
    > of the filename in
    > windows explorer/desktop etc? If so, the script
    > will run and when finished
    > (or errors occurred) the cmd shell window will
    > disappear, this is normal
    > behaviour.
    >
    > Either add a the line: '<STDIN>;' (without quotes)
    > to the end of your
    > program or run the script directly from the cmd
    > shell.
    >
    > To run the script directly from cmd shell ie. click
    > "Start" and then select
    > "Run" and type "cmd". The cmd shell appears. Then
    > type: perl
    > path\to\my\script.pl
    >
    >
    >
    >[/ref]





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