What is the perl equivalent of a bash -xv? Verbose and expand while executing?
What is the perl equivalent of a #!/bin/bash -xv?
I'd like to have verbose (print each line prior to execution) and expand
each variable prior to execution while executing?
How do I run perl in debug mode non-interactively, dumping every variable
when it gets modified?
How do I get the answers to either or both of these questions using
Is there a perl builtin to do this? If not is there a cpan module to do
this? If so, how would I effectively search cpan for a topic such as this?
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>>>>> "Kenneth" == Kenneth Wolcott <kennethwolcott@...> writes:Kenneth> How do I get the answers to either or both of these questions using
By searching the perlfaq. "perldoc perldoc" will tell you how to use
perldoc, and from there, you can get the searches.
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