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Setting {<META http-equiv} values with {print header} CGI.PM statement

Setting {<META http-equiv} values with {print header} CGI.PM statement

Setting {<META http-equiv} values with {print header} CGI.PM statement

I am trying to do the equivalent of this HTML tag:

<META http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset-ISO-8859-1">

with CGI.PM. Will this line do what I want?

print header(-type=>'text/html; charset-ISO-8859-1');

The reason I am wondering is that when I generate HTML output with this
statement in my Perl script and try to "view source" in my browser, I don't
see the http-equiv in any tags.

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