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how to pass variable from perl script to batch file

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how to pass variable from perl script to batch file?
perl script:
$fpword = "xxxx";
system("D:\\test.bat %$fpword%");

batch script:
echo "%1", I'm getting blank
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system("D:\\test.bat $fpword");

or if $fpword might contain spaces:
system("D:\\test.bat \"$fpword\"");
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by:matgold
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Great Thank You !!!!
I saw an example on Google that used "%", I guess that wasn't right
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The % is how a batch file would access a variable.
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