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Re: Read, Load and rename files from CD

by kcott (Abbot)
on Oct 17, 2013 at 03:23 UTC ( #1058586=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Read, Load and rename files from CD

G'day Jalcock501,

The following two lines are missing terminating semicolons. You would have received an error message about this: where is it? Also, consider the absence/presence of leading/trailing slashes in the pathnames.

my $np_new = 'usr/castle/np_new/' my $temp = 'usr/castle/pctemp'

This line is also wrong:

copy ($fileName, $np_new.'/usr/castle/pctemp/'$dest{$search})

You possibly meant:

copy ($fileName, $np_new.'/usr/castle/pctemp/' . $dest{$search}) # ^ (concatenation)

Again, I would have expected an error message. Please either post the errors you get or, if you're not getting any, post the actual code you're running.

-- Ken


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