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use Chj::xpipe; my ($read,$write) = xpipe; # or xpipe READ,WRITE ? hmmm. not yet. $read->xclose; $write->xprint("Hello");
Returns two Chj::IO::Pipe filehandles/objects.
You should trap SIGPIPE or the program will exit before an exception is thrown.
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