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Hello,

I have 2  perl scripts running continuously on Windows server with same variables targeting files in different folders.  Since these 2 scripts run at a same time continuously, will these variables cause problems? (they are same in 2 scripts)

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No.  Each perl script runs as its own process.  There is no communication or memory sharing between them (unless the scripts were written specifically to do so)
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