I dont have math::combinatorics . how do I put this on my machine ?

Posted on 2009-07-07
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I dont have math::combinatorics . how do I put this on my machine ?
Question by:Europa MacDonald
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cpan install Math::Combinatorics

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by:Europa MacDonald
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sorry mate,

that means nothing to me. What do you mean ?

Im a complete beginner

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by:Europa MacDonald
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just type this command at the shell prompt:
cpan Math::Combinatorics

or run cpan, and type the command
install Math::Combinatorics

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by:Europa MacDonald
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thank you

you guys are really patient. I appreciate it. im sure this is all simple stuff to you

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