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Pipng with perl under Windows

I'm trying to run a TCP/IP monitor from a perl program so that I can
open and write to a socket at the same time as moitoring the packets.
I need to run the monitor program and grab its output so I can break
it down and interpret it real-time. Ive read in Perl documentation
that most inter-process communication commands arent implemented in
the Windows ports, but I really need to do a real-time pipe. Are
there any commands in Perl that might help me?

Thaks-
-Selwyn
Jul 19 '05 #1
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