troubleshooting Question

different command

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in my perl script, i have sequence

$result = #### Execute some system command1. the output depends on command2. command2 generates something which is used by command1.

$test =  #### execute some command2

the issue is the $result depends on $test to complete $command2

If i use the above sequence, $command1 simply gets block for 40 secs to and $result is almost empty.

What I want is, the sequence of above two statements should be same, but somehow immidiately after executing command1, control should go to next statement to execute command2, after command2 is completely executed, how do i know that comaand1 is now completed its execution. i m not sure if some kind of trap  or fork or something else can be used.

NOTE: i cannot use the following sequence:
$test =  #### execute some command2
$result =  #### execute some command1

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