perl -x ./<p_file>.pl
but I think Stephen gets the idea.
>Just take your perl file where <p_file>.pl is the file name and do the
>>type ./<p_file>.pl at a command prompt and it will execute for you.
>>From: stephen mathews [mailto:blackmass_1666 at yahoo.com]
>>Sent: Tuesday, June 06, 2000 9:03 PM
>>To: ilug at linux.ie>>Subject: [ILUG] [ILUG]does anyone use perl?
>>>>....does anyone know anything about converting .pl
>>files (I presume these are PERL files) into executable
>>>>any help would be appreciated.
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