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9. Perl Output

Having covered the basics of handling input in the previous chapter now is a good time to look at how output is handled in Perl. It is very unlikely that every Perl script you write will operate silently with no output to indicate progress or status. After all the end users of our software need all the help they can get.

In this chapter we will explore the different ways of displaying output to the user using both standard print commands and formatted output using printf.

9.1 Standard Output and the print Operator  
9.2 Formatted Output and the printf Operator  
9.3 Field Widths with printf  




 
 
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