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What is my IP address, how to determine the IP address of your computer using Perl
Sometimes, when dealing with other network devices I need to find out what is the IP address of my computer.
Actually this question isn't exact, but this is how we usually talk. A computer does not have an IP address.
A network interface has IP address. A computer can have multiple network interfaces, though in the majority
of cases of private computers there is only one working network interface at a time.
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