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pel, how to pass a parameter to a shell program

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#!/usr/bin/perl

$MYDIR = `pwd`;

#How do I pass $MYDIR to my shell script.
`.\myshellscript.sh`;
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system "/path/to/myshellscript.sh $MYDIR" and die $!;

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system "/path/to/myshellscript.sh",$MYDIR and die $!;

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That's great.  Thanks
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