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Perl system function

How can I control from what directory the call to the system will be dome

I want the perl script to call other perl script in other dir
some thing like this:

----/home/a.pl------------------
#!/usr/local/bin/perl
system ("cd /home2/rami");
system ("prel B.pl");

B.pl will work only if is call from
dir /home2/rami

Any other idea how a.pl can call b.pl
are wellcome


Regards,
Rami
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#!/usr/local/bin/perl
system ("cd /home2/rami; perl B.pl");    
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#or
chdir '/home2/rami';
system "perl B.pl";
#or
do '/home2/rami/B.pl';
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