perldoc -f glob
glob Returns the value of EXPR with filename expansions such as
standard Unix shell /bin/csh would do. This is the interna
function implementing the "<*.c>" operator, but you can us
directly. If EXPR is omitted, $_ is used. The "<*.c>" oper
is discussed in more detail in "I/O Operators" in perlop.
Beginning with v5.6.0, this operator is implemented using
standard "File::Glob" extension. See File::Glob for detail
Being cautious is good, and i'm sure you knew about glob.
MJD says you
can't just make shit up and expect the computer to know what you mean, retardo!
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