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multiple POSTS and GETS from one perl script

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I am trying to find out how I can POST data from one perl(A) script to another perl script(B)without leaving the original script (A) and allowing it to continue processing.

To put this in a practical example, a script POSTS data calculated to a script that alters a database, but then POSTS to another script to display what the user should see.

Can any one help?  
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simply call your script B within A and pass arguments on command line,
you may use `scriptB arg ... ` or system('scriptB arg ...`)
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