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Hi to everyone,

I am new to Perl. I have done some Java programming before and I saw this website on JPL - Java Perl Lingo. It allows me to embed a Perl script into Java programs.

Currently, I have a Perl script and a Java program. I would like to embed the Perl script into the Java program so as to save the trouble of understanding the Perl script (the Perl script is not written by me).

However, I am not sure on what I should download in order to be able to run JPL's. I am using a Windows 95/98 platform and I have all the necessary stuffs to compile and execute Java programs.

So can someone tell me what am I suppose to download in order to run JPL?

Leon.
(p.s. the website with JPL information is http://www.seas.smu.edu/~jodea/)

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