How to Read Program Arguments in Perl Posted in Polyglotbits on 15 of Aug, 2015

IISResetMe has made another Program Arguments script. This time in perl. Reading perl has always been weird for me. I have never used perl for much myself - but I have written a lot of php and a lot of ruby - and it shows where they have borrowed many of their ideas.

$argn = $#ARGV + 1;
if($argn < 2){
  print "Usage: perl $0 name [name] [name] [name]\n";
  exit;
}

foreach my $name (@ARGV) {
  print "Hello $name";
}