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How to Read Program Arguments in Perl

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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";
}
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