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How would one verify that user input is of integer type?

I am thinkinh that something like:

if ($input == int($input) )

but I can't seem to find any perl type conversion functions.

Thanks,
Justin
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perldoc -q "How do I determine whether a scalar is a number/whole/integer/float?"
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