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- Non-textual output
- Ryan McCoskrie
March 18, 2009, 10:36 pm
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Re: Non-textual output
Your question is a little ambiguous because you do not specify what you
mean by an 'integer'.
I am going to assume you want to get a NUL character written to the
open my $f, '>', 'bin' or die $!;
print $f "abc\n";
close $f or die $!;
C:\DOCUME~1\asu1\LOCALS~1\Temp> xxd bin
0000000: 6100 6200 630d 0a a.b.c..
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