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Re^3: File::Find Usage with 2 subroutines

by zork42 (Monk)
on Jun 15, 2013 at 08:33 UTC ( #1039086=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: File::Find Usage with 2 subroutines
in thread File::Find Usage with 2 subroutines

Hello pnaik!
It's well worth reading this: How do I post a question effectively? :)
You should always have "use strict" and "use warning" near the start of your script (except in trivial scripts). They'll save you a lot of time catching bugs at compile time.


Comment on Re^3: File::Find Usage with 2 subroutines
Re^4: File::Find Usage with 2 subroutines
by zork42 (Monk) on Jun 15, 2013 at 08:47 UTC
    I tried running this:
    use strict; use warnings; use File::Find; sub finda { print "In finda, $File::Find::name\n"; } sub findb { print "In findb, $File::Find::name\n"; } find (\&finda, "/abc/xyz"); find (\&findb, "/pqr");
    and got this result:
    In finda, /abc/xyz # a folder In finda, /abc/xyz/file1 # a file In findb, /pqr # a folder In findb, /pqr/file2 # a file
    This is what you expected (apart from the 2 folders)
    So, as the snippets of code you provided behave as expected, you need to post your code before we can help further.

    Update: I mean: post a minimal script that reproduces your problem.
    (This is all covered in How do I post a question effectively? !)

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