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("<!--start-->\n") What is wrong here ?

("<!--start-->\n") What is wrong here ?

("<!--start-->\n") What is wrong here ?

(OP)
Hi.
I have a little problem with my Perl script.
I want to add html in a html file
I am using this code

open (FILE,"$data");
@lines = <FILE>;
close(FILE);
open (VISITOR,">$data");
foreach $line (@lines) {
    if ($line =~ /<!--start-->/) {
        print VISITOR ("<!--start-->\n");

When i add something it will now be added at the bottom of my page,but i want the newest add at the top.
What is wrong with this code

Thanks
Fredrik

RE: ("<!--start-->\n") What is wrong here ?

if you want the newest add at the top... reprint the <!--start--> before you print the new info.

adam@aauser.com

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