CIS 33A Programming in PERL

Lab instructions for Active Perl in windows

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These instructions are for Active Perl in windows.
Read them, then you can adapt them to work in various ways in windows or linux.

Create your program

Execute your program

Save your execution results

Resulting code, ready to hand in

Your program should now look like this:

# Tommy Atkins CIS 33A Lab X Problem 1

# Prints Hello World

print "Hello world" ;

# Execution results:

# Hello world

Different approaches

There are many variations on this approach, both in windows and Linux. There is a handout sheet available in the laboratory. Your book may have suggestions.

There are instructions for working on voyager from home. Look at the home page for voyager: