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Please remember the following when posting a question in the Perl Forum. Doing so will get you better assistance.
  1. Provide Sample Code - You will find that this is asked for more often than not. Since this is a coding forum, it is better to provide it than not, saving the Experts of the forum from asking for it.
  2. Use [CODE=perl] [/CODE] tags - Proper use of code tags ensures our Moderators don't have to follow behind you and clean up your threads.
  3. Use the strict and warnings pragmas - If you haven't used these in your code, you may find that the Experts here will not touch your code until the basic errors and mistakes they report are corrected so you can get down to the root of your problem, if there is one beyond the pragma complaints.
  4. Use the CGI::Carp module for debugging your CGI scripts.
  5. Remove any and all sensitive data ie: /full/path/to/myfile.pl, SMTP information, and passwords
  6. Remove all email addresses - This is for your own protection. If you want someone to contact you, then use the PM system of the site.
  7. Follow Posting Guidelines
  8. Do NOT PM questions to individual Experts, Moderators and Administrators.
  9. This is a learning forum - We are not here to write code for you. It is your responsibility to write your own code. We are here you help you when you are unable to make your code work.
  10. Please do not Double Post your questions. Also, please don't start mutipule threads on the same topic or issue.

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