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Hello,

I wanted to use path to a file in my perl script, so want to store this path in some environment variable and than use this variable as input to my script.

Can anyone help how to create environment variable and use this as a input to my script

Thanks in advance.
 
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anandkumar biyani wrote:Hello,

I wanted to use path to a file in my perl script, so want to store this path in some environment variable and than use this variable as input to my script.

Can anyone help how to create environment variable and use this as a input to my script

Thanks in advance.


Creating an environment variable depends on your OS.

To use an environment variable, you can just use the %ENV hash...something like


 
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