perl script


I am modifying a perl script

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sub forgotten_password		{
print header;
print start_html( -title => $title,  -style => { 'src' => "$web_path$style" }, -onload => ";" );

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I need to get rid of formatting but keep the onload function. The following seems to work, however I would like to know of a way to put the onload command on it's own line.

sub forgotten_password		{
print header ( -onload => ";" );

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thanks for you help.
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What do you mean by "put the onload command on its own line"?  Can you give a (pseudo) code example of what you want?
netplus21Author Commented:
Wilcoxon: If I want to remove the print header; line, I want to know how to keep -onload => ";" in the script. Is it possible to place -onload => ";" on a line, on it's own, or does it have to be preceded by something?
print "Onload:;\n"; # is this what you mean?
print "<body onload=\";\">\n"; # or this?

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netplus21Author Commented:
The second command worked for me.
print "<body onload=\";\">\n";

netplus21Author Commented:
Hi, follow up question:

print header() unless $header_flag == 1;
		if ( $header_flag == 2 )		{
		else			{
			print start_html( -title => $title,  -style => { 'src' => "$web_path$style" } ) unless $max_quiz_time;
			print start_html( -title => $title,  -style => { 'src' => "$web_path$style" }, -script => $j_script, -onload => "cd();" ) if $max_quiz_time;

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I would like to get rid of start_html( -title => $title,  -style => { 'src' => "$web_path$style" } ) and start_html( -title => $title,  -style => { 'src' => "$web_path$style" }

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