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       pipe READHANDLE,WRITEHANDLE
               Opens a pair of connected pipes like the
               corresponding system call.  Note that if you set
               up a loop of piped processes, deadlock can occur
               unless you are very careful.  In addition, note
               that Perl's pipes use stdio buffering, so you may
               need to set `$|' to flush your WRITEHANDLE after
               each command, depending on the application.

               See the IPC::Open2 manpage, the IPC::Open3
               manpage, and the Bidirectional Communication entry
               in the perlipc manpage for examples of such
               things.

               On systems that support a close-on-exec flag on
               files, the flag will be set for the newly opened
               file descriptors as determined by the value of
               $^F.  See the section on "$^F" in the perlvar
               manpage.


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