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From the command line, what do I type to return the HTML in my Perl scripts?

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      I am going to assume you are using the CGI.pm module in your perl script to generate the HTML.  If you are running from the command line the script will just sit there waiting for you to enter values to pass into the script.  Once you have entered your input (if any), press CONTROL-D to complete this input mode and have the script execute.
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