I thought that Zubin's original question was about calling perl scripts.

Don't know why, but I also assumed that he was on a unix box. I don't know
if Windows has anything like the #! magic number.

Mike

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From: GOTO Kentaro [mailto:gotoken / notwork.org]

At Wed, 25 Sep 2002 09:39:20 +0900,
Henderson, Michael D <michael.d.henderson / lmco.com> wrote:

> That works if foo.sh has "#! /usr/bin/env perl -" (or the not-made-up
> equivalent), which is very much highly recommended.

Thanks for helpful supplementation.  But why perl for foo.sh?  :)


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