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Calling Java Class from a PERL Script.

Calling Java Class from a PERL Script.

Calling Java Class from a PERL Script.

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Can i call a java class from perl script. i guess this is my requirement.
  
    I hava  a  java class  which  takes a file name as input and returns output on comman line. I am wondering if i can wrap it around a PERL Script so that I can pass the filename to PERL Script which in turn calls java class and spits out the output on command line or a webpage as required.

Any help will be highly appreciated.

Ranjan

RE: Calling Java Class from a PERL Script.

Well, you probably could, but why would you want to?  Just rewrite the Java in Perl!  It would probably be more efficient.  And more cross-platform compatible ;)

Sincerely,

Tom Anderson
CEO, Order amid Chaos, Inc.
http://www.oac-design.com

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