> I have a Yahoo Small Business web page with a <form> that calls a PERLThe language is named Perl, never PERL.
> The script works fine until I include a Java <script> into the code,
> ... which does not run and creates the message "yapache in free():Which line number was indicated in the error?
> warning: junk pointer, too high to make sense" in the script.log.
What is on that line in your code? Show a few lines above and below that
on the client computer.
new web pages, but the script has to be sent to (and run in) a browser
I'm not really a smart person. I just play one on the Internet.
... script works fine until I include a Java n ; A Java n ? (really - it s a Perl script - that upper case is like fingernails on the blackboard). But notMessage 1 of 4 , Feb 14View Source
> The PERL script creates a web page using the "print" command lines. Thescript
works fine until I include a Java \n";
A Java "\n"? (really - it's a "Perl script" - that upper case is like
fingernails on the blackboard). But not sure what this means. "\n" is a
valid Perl metachar for new line - you can use it in a print stmt or a
> Can you not use a Java script within a Perl script?Er, it would depend. "Java", generally, isn't considered a scripting sort
browser based language used on many web sites. Perl can write web pages
and print out the JS text that the browser will later run. Need to include
<script> tags etc.
>Can you launch a web page directly from a Perl script command, or do youhave to
do it from the Java script
Er, "launch a web page" doesn't make sense. Web pages are displayed via
web servers. Perl can create web pages (even dynamically, as with cgi
scripts) that the web server (Apache or IIS, say) will send back to the
browser to be rendered as a web page. There are modules (LWP for one)
that will let you fetch web pages (via a URL) as if your script was a
browser but I don't think that's what you meant either.
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