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Re: Selecting certain bits from a TCP header

by linuxer (Curate)
on Aug 20, 2011 at 19:05 UTC ( #921437=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Selecting certain bits from a TCP header

I don't really have experience with bit operations (in general and in Perl), but I remember a Perl function named vec which may help you.

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[1nickt]: thezip use Path::Tiny. @paths = path("/foo")-> children; (Excludes "." and ".." automatically.)
[1nickt]: (Also takes a compiled regexp as an arg to filter the list)
[1nickt]: For multiple dirs use iterator(): $it = path("/foo")-> iterator; while ( my $path = $it->() ) {...}
[1nickt]: (also skips . and .. automatically, and follows subdirs if you set <c\>recurse => 1</c>
[1nickt]: $it = path("/foo")-> iterator(recurse => 1 );

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