troubleshooting Question

Why am I getting is not recognized as an internal or external command error in Perl?

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I am running my Perl code with some input options. Everything run fine but at the end the code halts and it says

'\dir1\dir2\' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

The command that I am running is something like this:

perl \some\directory\mytool -f somefile -verbose -reportloc \dir1\dir2\

and this is how I define-reportloc option in GetOptions:

'reportloc=s' => \$reportLocation,

If I hit Ctrl+c then it exits the program just fine. But why does it hang there?

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