On Thu, 2004-01-22 at 18:14, Jeff Collins wrote:STDIN is already open when your perl script starts so you can read in> I'm a perl newby.
> I'm looking on taking a command line argument from
> STDIN and use it for input to a script that upgrades
> software. Any examples would be greatly appreciated.
from it by using:
my $variable = <STDIN>
And there are interfaces to curses, tk, and gtk if you feel like
creating a nice user interface.