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I have the following example that I want to print to the web page (see below)

How can I print it with a single print command without printing each line in a single quotes?

<FORM NAME="goinside" METHOD="POST" ACTION="http://6.2.2.1/cgi-bin/user.pl">
<BR>
&nbspType Your Username (3-15 characters):
<BR>
<INPUT NAME="uname" TYPE="TEXT" MAXLENGTH=12>
<BR>
Type your Password (3-15 characters):
<BR>
<INPUT NAME="insideword" TYPE="PASSWORD" MAXLENGTH=22>
<BR>
<INPUT NAME="umail1" TYPE="SUBMIT" VALUE="Submit">
<BR>
If You're not registered yet, <BR>
type Your e-mail address:
<BR><INPUT NAME="umail" TYPE="TEXT" MAXLENGTH=100>
</FORM>

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print <<END_HERE;
<FORM NAME="goinside" METHOD="POST" ACTION="http://6.2.2.1/cgi-bin/user.pl">
<BR>
&nbspType Your Username (3-15 characters):
<BR>
<INPUT NAME="uname" TYPE="TEXT" MAXLENGTH=12>
<BR>
Type your Password (3-15 characters):
<BR>
<INPUT NAME="insideword" TYPE="PASSWORD" MAXLENGTH=22>
<BR>
<INPUT NAME="umail1" TYPE="SUBMIT" VALUE="Submit">
<BR>
If You're not registered yet, <BR>
type Your e-mail address:
<BR><INPUT NAME="umail" TYPE="TEXT" MAXLENGTH=100>
</FORM>
END_HERE
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by:sstouk
ID: 2646092
I have found another way that works:

print qq{
<FORM NAME="goinside" METHOD="POST" ACTION="http://6.2.2.1/cgi-bin/user.pl">
<BR>
&nbspType Your Username (3-15 characters):
<BR>
<INPUT NAME="uname" TYPE="TEXT" MAXLENGTH=12>
<BR>
Type your Password (3-15 characters):
<BR>
<INPUT NAME="insideword" TYPE="PASSWORD" MAXLENGTH=22>
<BR>
<INPUT NAME="umail1" TYPE="SUBMIT" VALUE="Submit">
<BR>
If You're not registered yet, <BR>
type Your e-mail address:
<BR><INPUT NAME="umail" TYPE="TEXT" MAXLENGTH=100>
</FORM>
};



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