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You'll find it recursively lists every file in the directory tree you picked ... Readers are encouraged to look up this kind of editing in the Perl cookbook ...
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After the installation, you'll find it in the c:\perl directory. You'll rarely need to go there directly though. If you are on Windows 98 or 95, ...
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Chapter 4. Handling Files in Perl ... It's easy with the opendir, readdir, and closedir functions. ... opendir DIR, "."; # . is the current directory ...
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Perl Tutorial Course for Windows
Also, later in the course some of the perl scripts will pop up in their own windows. You can save these as text files, or copy and paste the window contents ...
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Perl Tutorial Course for Windows
Perl's can substitute text just as easily as it can match it, but instead of using the plain matching operator m//, you use the substitution operator, s///. ...
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Perl Tutorial Course for Windows
Perl's can substitute text just as easily as it can match it, but instead of using the plain matching operator m//, you use the substitution operator, s///. ...
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Perl Tutorial Course for Windows
Perl's can substitute text just as easily as it can match it, but instead of using the plain matching operator m//, you use the substitution operator, s///. ...
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Perl Tutorial Course for Windows
By now, you should start to think this is too awkward for Perl. Of course, TIMTOWTDI! There's a special option ... Matching and Substitution using Variables ...
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Perl Tutorial Course for Windows
This introductory Perl tutorial course for Windows will introduce you to the ... You can save these as text files, or copy and paste the window contents ...
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Perl Tutorial Course for Windows
To do this, you open the specific file for reading, read the lines of input and ... The Perl variable which specifies the end of record character is $/. ...
 
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