Re: Perl : Question About Performing Subroutines

Oh and in answer to your second question. I'm asooming your using windows and yes there are a couple of programs to make a stand-alone executable for python code. The salution I use is called py2exe and you can get it from http://www.py2exe.org.


Nick Stockton
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Hi Richard,
Do you happen to have a Python sample I can look at, and can I make a
self-executable file in Python?

Thanks.

Jim

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Hello Jim,

Well if you can't do it in PERL, you can always use Python.  But, of
course, you will have to put up with that dificult indenting (smile).

Richard
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Subject: Perl : Question About Performing Subroutines


Hi,
The first thing I want to know is this. Is there a way to make a
self-executable Perl program that I can just give to someone and they can
run it without needing to install the Perl interpreter? The second thing
is this. Can I do this. Can I have a hash whose keys are a set of values
and whose values are the functions in my program I want to perform. For
example, I don't want to say if key is this, perform this function, elseif
key is this, perform that function. I simply want to look up a key and
perform whatever function is in the value for that entry in the hash. Can
I do this? If so, how?

Thanks.

Jim

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success,regardless of the results." -- Jerrold Mundis
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