what is perl -U option for?
- Hi all,
I've seen few scripts which have perl with -U option in the first line..
#! /usr/local/bin/perl -U
can anyone please tell me what it is?
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>>>>> "Kishore" == Kishore Balla <kishore.balla@...> writes:Kishore> Hi all,
Kishore> I've seen few scripts which have perl with -U option in the first line..
Kishore> #! /usr/local/bin/perl -U
Kishore> can anyone please tell me what it is?
What does it say on "perldoc perlrun"? Did you look there first?
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