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Although there is no hard number of lines for any function includeing your main function, people always feel that 15-20 lines per function should be the right size. Try to avoid very long functions and very large main. This negatively affects the readability of your program.

With this being said my vital.cgi program is to long and I would apperciate any suggestions you may have thanks.

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PERL programming main functions are determined. The negatively affects the readability of the programs are determined.

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