$html::page .= </div>;

I forgot to make the quotes at this string literal

$html::page .= </div>;

Strange, perl worked and did not mention a syntax error

More strange. I noticed my failure, because the program
worked very slow.

At the part where this line was wrong,
there was an about 2 second long delay.

Now the big question:

What did Perl 2 seconds on a 500 MHz computer
with

$html::page .= </div>;


Roland Mösl
http://pege.org Clear targets for a confused civilization
http://BeingFound.com Web Design starts at the search engine

Re: $html::page .= </div>;

You may want to look at what the “<” and “>” operators do…

-Mike K.

Roland Mösl wrote:
>
> I forgot to make the quotes at this string literal
>
> $html::page .= </div>;
>
> Strange, perl worked and did not mention a syntax error
>
> More strange. I noticed my failure, because the program
> worked very slow.
>
> At the part where this line was wrong,
> there was an about 2 second long delay.
>
> Now the big question:
>
> What did Perl 2 seconds on a 500 MHz computer
> with
>
> $html::page .= </div>;
>
> –
> Roland Mösl
> http://pege.org Clear targets for a confused civilization
> http://BeingFound.com Web Design starts at the search engine