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Re: reading files

by greengaroo (Hermit)
on Oct 31, 2012 at 14:45 UTC ( #1001677=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to reading files

That would be the easiest Pure-Perl way of doing it:

open(FILE,"/path/to/file.txt") or die "could not open file: $!"; my @_lines = <FILE>; # After I open the file for reading close(FILE); if ( scalar(@_lines) >= 100 ) { shift( @_lines ) for ( 0 .. (scalar(@_lines) - 100) ); # shift removes the first element of the list # but what if you had 110 lines? you have to loop # and you start the loop at 0 because if you have 100 lines # 100 - 100 = 0 and 0 .. 0 will give you one iteration # but 1 .. 0 would not loop at all # then you overwrite the file open(FILE,">/path/to/file.txt") or die "could not open file: $!"; print FILE @_lines; close FILE; }

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[shmem]: you can break up the chain MP3::Tag->new($_)- >interpolate("\%S ") and test whether MP3::Tag->new($_) is true
[Lady_Aleena]: shmem, no to deletion.
[shmem]: can't help you there since that song is not on my bench
[Lady_Aleena]: shmem, I need to look at MP3::Tag to see how to get the date from one song.
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