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    In perl, I know you can make it so that a script runs at a certain time everyday. Anyone know how to do in PHP? Or is it dependant on the server? If so, then does anyone know how to do it on a BeOS server? Thanks in advance.
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    You'd use CRON for that... Or if you know another way to do it in Perl you could always call the PHP script from a Perl script...
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    php -q script.php
    and then use some scheduled tasks type of app or crontab...

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