Perl is an interpreted high-level programming language developed by Larry Wall
No,Its not possible. however, there is no real need to do so. If we want to perform several single steps at once,we can use the C command to skip ahead to a specified point. If we want to both step ahead and print the value of a variable,just use the
By default, the b command sets a breakpoint at the line that is about to be executed. This is the line at which C has set its one-time breakpoint.
Yes. Use the V command or the standard Perl package/variable syntax
Because files included by require can contain statements that are immediately executed, checking for a return code enables programs to determine whether code included by require generated any errors