Perl Error Use Not Allowed In Expression
by aquarium (Curate) on Aug 05, 2010 at 01:57UTC Is that why there was that "low level" radioactive material leak in a Canadian reactor? ;) Seriously..don't you end up with two Once the... ABUSE: IPs or network segments from which we detect a stream of probes might be blocked for no less then 90 days. Deliberately leave out semicolons where you think a block should end, and you'll cause a syntax error more quickly. Source
Using the correct syntax script3.pl #!/usr/bin/perl use strict ; use warnings ; print "Hello world.\n" ; Calling perl script3.pl gives Hello world. The idea was to use as different a mental model as possible. We believe this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided by section 107 of the US Copyright Law according to which such material can be distributed without Edit (test scripts added): script1.pl !#/usr/bin/perl print "Hello world.\n" ; Calling perl script1.pl gives Hello world. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14301453/why-is-use-not-allowed-as-in-use-strict-in-perl-5-14
ADD REPLY • link written 2.2 years ago by Ram ♦ 9.8k I'm not sure what the goal is, but I don't think reading blast in R is any better than ADD COMMENT • link modified 2.2 years ago • written 2.2 years ago by SES ♦ 7.7k I wonder why OP is looking to import BLAST results into Excel though. Wenn ich das plugin manuell laufen lasse erhalte ich folgenden Fehler: check_disk_smb -H xyz -s K$ -u xy -p xy -w 80 -c 90 "use" not allowed in expression at /opt/nagios-plugins/libexec/check_disk_smb Barewords If an error message contains the word 'bareword', it means that Perl couldn't work out what a word was supposed to be.
Edit (test scripts added): script1.pl !#/usr/bin/perl print "Hello world.\n" ; Calling perl script1.pl gives Hello world. Anonymous Monk has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question: Hi, I've just started using perl and was attempting to use a simple program. #!/usr/bin/perl print So it's the same as writing !print: inverting the return value of the print statement — which of course is ignored anyway. read this post here Help With Bioperl Remote Blast Script (Bio::Tools::Run::Remoteblast) Hi, I would like to run a blast search for a fasta file containing many (100+) seqences.
perl use strict;) As mentioned elsewhere, the code you posted and the code you used is different. Also, you don't need to use sed from within Perl, just use the substitution operator. Has the acronym DNA ever been widely understood to stand for deoxyribose nucleic acid? PerlMonks is a proud member of the The Perl Foundation.
Once in assembler, once using a combination of variable definition tables, prose and Pascal-ish code in Word. https://monitoring-portal.org/index.php?thread/3713-use-not-allowed-in-expression-at-alle-nagios-plugins-1-4-3-perl-scripts/ No, register now. This will print Hello world and negate the result of print ... If you're lucky though, Perl will catch it quickly and tell you where it starts � miss off the closing " in line 7 of the above example, and Perl will
How To Get Top Hits? this contact form Using the correct syntax script3.pl #!/usr/bin/perl use strict ; use warnings ; print "Hello world.\n" ; Calling perl script3.pl gives Hello world. Human vs apes: What advantages do humans have over apes? How Can I Bulk Retrieve Refseq Fasta Files Based On Organism Name Using Eutilities?
Ousterhout : CTSS : Multix OS Unix History : Unix shell history : VI editor : History of pipes concept : Solaris : MS DOS : Programming Languages History : PL/1 print "Hello world.\n";. This is a Spartan WHYFF (We Help You For Free) site written by people for whom English is not a native language.
I'm speaking from personal experience on this one. :D If that's what you did, you'll need to run the dos2unix utility to convert the file to the *nix formatting.[reply] Re: Unsure
Could I use "\n"? –84adam Jan 13 '13 at 22:56 I tested with -w at the end of the shebang line, and with "\n" as well, and neither changed How To Capture The Blast Result In A String Variable To Save In A Database Using Bioperl I am trying to run RemoteBlast using the Bio::Tools::Run::RemoteBlast object of BioPerl. perl-5.8.0-55 wget-1.8.2-5 httpd-2.0.40-11.5 httpd-devel-2.0.40-11.5 mx-2.0.3-6 libxml2-2.4.23-1 libxml-devel-1.8.17-5 Any idea what is causing the error? ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------- The information contained in this message and any attachment to it is confidential. Does anyone know what this means or have any pointers?