Perl Debugging

By | March 4, 2011

So, here is how you can generally debug a perl program. There may be many other ways but these are some ways of doing it.

perl -c #syntax check, program not executed.

perl -w #print warnings, Checks variable names, scalar variable, subroutine and filehandles.

use warnings; #controlling warnings.

warn “Somethings wrong here!!”;

perl -d program.pl

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