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hi this script creates a gagillian files in your current directory and reverses a file, enjoy lol.

#!/usr/bin/Perl if (@ARGV != 1) { print "usage ./ file1\n"; print "@ARGV"; exit; } else { $file1 = pop(@ARGV); open(FILE1,$file1); @array1 = <FILE1>; foreach (@array1) { $each = reverse($_); print "$each\n" } print "what would you like your file name to be?\n"; $filename = <STDIN>; chomp ($filename); if (($filename eq "") || (defined $filename eq 'false')) { print "enter some data!"; exit; } else { sub hellofile { print "$_[0] is the file to be written"; open (FILE, "> $_[0]") or die "cant create file"; } $i == 0; while ($i < 1000000000000000000000) { hellofile($filename); $filename .= poop; $i++; } } }

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