# $t1 = $t1->add($ARGV); }
> I actually tried doing the above but it hung because of the while.
> What is the terminating condition for the loop? Or, is there a
> better way of doing this?
> When my script moves from one file to the next does it update the
> value of $ARGV?
$ARGV or what every position is applicable.
ARGV (an array) is what holds the command line parameters.
(from perldoc perlvar)
ARGV The array ARGV contains the command-line argu
ments intended for the script. $#ARGV is gener
ally the number of arguments ...