How to display on screenan email in a pl file

Posted on 2012-08-23
Last Modified: 2012-08-23
I am having a problem displaying and email lime using a pl file.
it come out like this, I have tried  using ""  I still get I have tried sales@/ and i get sales@/ . I have tried sales/ and I get have tried sales/@/ and I get sales/@/ and I have tried all the above with "" and it still does not work.
Question by:starview
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    Accepted Solution

    You need to either use single quotes or escape the @ symbol

    print '';


    print "sales\";

    Author Closing Comment

    I was puting the \ the wrong way / if it is done right it works

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