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Re^4: -s test option returns differently in some cases

by frogsausage (Sexton)
on Oct 14, 2013 at 09:13 UTC ( #1058152=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: -s test option returns differently in some cases
in thread -s test option returns differently in some cases

You won't believe it but...

print "# Command file is located at: $cmd_path\n" if (-e $cmd_path); # system("ls -l $cmd_path"); if (-s $cmd_path) {# $cmd_path) { print "Good to go"; } else { print "Failed: $!"; }

gives "Failed: No such file or directory"

print "# Command file is located at: $cmd_path\n" if (-e $cmd_path); system("ls -l $cmd_path"); if (-s $cmd_path) {# $cmd_path) { print "Good to go"; } else { print "Failed: $!"; }

gives "Good to go"

Same file, same code, same everything except that extra statement in between. An empty system(""); call does the same (works). Ideas?!


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