On Sat, Jun 07, 2036 at 04:42:08PM -0700, Tina Marie wrote:
>>> I need to have the number of users printed out within my perl script.
>> I know the UNIX command is w -h | wc -l
>> But how do I get it to print out like the sample below?
>>> There are 7 users logged on the system.
$num_users = `w -h | wc -l`;
print "There are $num_users logged on to the system.";
Although if there are users logged on multiple times it won't catch
that and you could get the line count in a perl-ier way...
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