Aha! Perfect!

Thankyou so much Marc.

I knew what I was looking for - the access token and secret. But on
Twitter I was looking at https://twitter.com/oauth_clients/details/xxxxx
- at that site I can only get consumer key/secret.

dev.twitter.com shows the button I was looking for and Bob is indeed
my Uncle.

Thanks again



On Sep 4, 11:40 pm, Marc Mims <marc.m...@gmail.com> wrote:
> * mikesouthern <gb1...@cox.net> [100904 19:56]:
>
> > I'm not a developer. I just use perl scripts to automate my twitter
> > feeds.
>
> For perl devs, the move to OAuth is really quite easy, especially for
> automated scripts.
>
> Register an application athttp://dev.twitter.com. Grab the consumer
> key and secret, and the access token and secret.
>
>     use Net::Twitter;
>
>     my $nt = Net::Twitter->new(
>         traits => [qw/OAuth API::REST/],
>         consumer_key        => $YOUR_CONSUMER_KEY,
>         consumer_secret     => $YOUR_CONSUMER_SECRET,
>         access_token        => $YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN,
>         access_token_secret => $YOUR_ACCESS_SECRET,
>     );
>
>     $nt->update("Bob's your uncle!");
>
> Need help?  Just drop by #net-twitter at irc.perl.org.
>
>         -Marc

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