Does anyone know how to use perl so output files can be generated automatically? I am running an input on the command line like this:
But instead of the output "30659947" being in the command window, I am looking for a quick command that can generate an output file (such as Perl_command1.out in a given directory for example) with the characters "30659947" instead. Does anyone know how to do this? (Why I want to do this is so I do not have the command window racked up when I have larger 300k+ digit inputs)
The perl command I am using is:
perl -Mntheory=:all -E "say next_prime('30659918')
use feature 'say';
use ntheory ":all";
You can redirect output from the command line using operators. Another alternative is to redirect standard output to a file in perl script itself.
#!/usr/bin/env perl use warnings; use strict; use feature 'say'; use ntheory ":all"; # open filehandle log.txt open (my $LOG, '>>', 'log.txt'); # select new filehandle select $LOG; say next_prime('30659918');