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In article <199609282334 -dot- JAA27006 -at- mail -dot- mel -dot- aone -dot- net -dot- au>, you say...
>I hope this is not off topic, but I am learning CGI/Perl scripting.
>What I would like to know is:
>1. Do I need an interpreter to run a Perl script?
>2. If the answer to 1, is yes, can I get a Perl interpreter for
Win 3.11 means you have a 'normal' DOS; PERL 4.0M4 is available for DOS and
works quite nicely.
>3. If the answer to 2, is yes, where can I get the interpreter?
Somewhere in the Software/Netstuff page of my website you should be able to
either find a link to a site that has it or a link to a site that points to
Rod Copeland <rodsmine -at- citilink -dot- com> http://www.citilink.com/~rodsmine/