Perl and C++

Posted on 2003-10-24
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Last Modified: 2010-04-17
Is there a way to compile perl files in c or c++. My reason for asking: I want to combine the string manipulation power and ease of use perl offers. If I could compile it into a binary program useing what every perl moduals I want with out having to ask the server administrator to install any mods. Some examples could be dbfile and imageMagik. I am starting the points at 100 the more detailed the help the more the points will increase. Additional advise and comments are welcome.
Question by:spoody_goon
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brettmjohnson earned 400 total points
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Here are some pages you might want to check out regarding compiling perl
and embedding perl in C programs:


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ID: 9618511
Great links thanks, this will take a while for me to ingest. My C++ is rusty as heck because I never get to us it much this will help.

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