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get the output of last executed command

Posted on 2002-03-19
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I am executing a program
system("perl prgname x=bpu02031 lang=en");

How do i transfer the output of this system command to a array?
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lakshminair,
copy this into your program:

my @array = `perl prgname x=bpu02031 lang=en`;

regards
peewee

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thanx for the prompt reply
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lakshminair,
glad to be of help..

regards
peewee
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