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Re^2: How to write a program to read stdin or command line?
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In that case I would just shift off any required arguments from @ARGV, then process the file list with <> (or manually with open, etc., if I were paranoid about using <>).
...just shift off any required arguments from @ARGV...
Exactly. Or, if it makes sense, use something a little more sophisticated, such as Getopt::Long, to extract them from the @ARGV array.
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