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paperscript: A script to search through ReDIF files by fields


  • Geoffrey Shuetrim

    () (Australian Prudential Regulation Authority)


To install the perl scripts, copy the contents of the zip file into your cgi-bin directory on the web server. Then edit the and files to ensure that the first line specifies the correct location of Perl. Also, ensure that the statement: require "/fmg2/www/cgi-bin/paper.conf"; uses the correct location of paper.conf in both of these scripts. Next, edit paper.conf and follow directions there on how to customise the scripts for your own purposes.

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  • Geoffrey Shuetrim, "undated". "paperscript: A script to search through ReDIF files by fields," RePEc scripts paperscript, RePEc Team.
  • Handle: RePEc:rpc:script:paperscript

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