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    Re: PDF


    Try it now. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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    Great article.


    Good read. Dealing with global variable issues and how to share them between packages has always been a bear when working with mod_perl. But generally, just picking up some of the useful Perl syntax and libraries that I don't generally use is swell.

    One thing that has been circling around my head for a few days now is how to properly use aliases (local *newalias = $pointer_to_original), but your example shed light on this one. Now my subroutine code looks a lot prettier than $$having $$a $$whole $$lot $$of $$these in them.
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    Introduction to mod_perl (part 4): Perl Basics


    Introduction to mod_perl \(part 4\): Perl Basics

    Now that you have mod_perl installed, you can move on to learning how to use it. This article will run you through some basic Perl concepts to start with. Click for full article.

    Please discuss this article in this thread. You can read the article here .

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