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    Need Help on Perl Programming


    Please help on writing some of the perl Programs:

    1. Retrieve stock prices and market data for stocks traded on the major exchanges, such as the NYSE, NASDAQ.BSE and NSE by accepting the input data like Company code, Company Name, Stock code, Stock Trading Exchange code with description and print the above details as per the specification.

    2. Retrieve mutual fund NAVs (Net Asset Value) from a variety of online sources where different web sites as to be as input and display the Mutual fund value with NAV.

    3. Create an attendance recording system with swipe details of each employee with employee code and access Number through swipe code recording system. Display the employee Number, Swipe code and the day with time details and the center in which the swipe was done

    4. APRICOT is a marketing application which involves in publishing the data to the databases and then reflected through a User Interface to the end users. The User should be able to login with password and site. Clicking on the application shall display the User Name, password, Site with Date and time stamp

    5. The XX Events Management system is a Web-based application that enables effective Management and marketing of Sports- sponsored events around the world. XX Events enables you to accomplish three primary functions namely i) Creating events ii) Creating evaluations to accompany events iii) Registering contacts for events. In order to help facilitate event creation, you can edit and copy existing events. XX Events stores contact information and allows editing of information during event registrations. Take the event code, event name, existing events, and proposed events and then display the event creation date with existing event and the proposed event by accepting the variables through user Input

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    Where should we send the completed scripts?

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    • ewish agrees : Have you completed the scripts yet? :)
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    Please help on writing some of the perl Programs:


    Originally Posted by keath
    Where should we send the completed scripts?
    Thanks a lot Keath for your quick Response..
    Can you please send on my E-mail-id: bhawanidotbit@gmaildotcom (put dot .)
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    There may be a line or two missing but ...
    Code:
    #!/usr/local/bin/perl
    
    use LWP;
    use strict;
    use warnings;
    
    main();
    exit;
    
    sub main {
    a line or two missing here
    Code:
    } # main
    __END__

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    • techcode agrees : rofl
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    Originally Posted by keath
    Where should we send the completed scripts?
    hello keath,
    i didnt got any response, if u know the perl script, can u pls post the perl scripts here or on my e-mail..
    Thanks
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    Originally Posted by bhawani2008
    hello keath,
    i didnt got any response, if u know the perl script, can u pls post the perl scripts here or on my e-mail..
    Thanks
    You can't be serious or that dense, can you?

    Keath was joking.

    Let me make it clear. We are not going to do you homework!

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