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In order to run perl scripts, you need a perl interpreter.
(Actually, it's more of a compiler, but the point is, you need it)

You can find links to about anything related to perl at:

http://www.cpan.org/

On Sun, Aug 12, 2001 at 01:03:46PM -0700, Aidan Grey wrote:
> --- BP Jonsson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > I have written a small perl script for reversing a wordlist -- e.g. turning
> > a Swedish-English wordlist into a English-Swedish wordlist, **not** a
> > reverse-alphabetically sorted list (tho I might write that script someday
> > too! :-)  The script handles multiple glosses and synonyms correctly, which
> > is what I wanted it for (database applications can't do that...)
>
>   This looks exceedingly useful, but I don't know a thing about perl script. Do
> I need a compiler? If nothing else, I suppose I can convert it to something I
> can use.
>
>    Aidan
>
>
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