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Hello Monks... I nabbed some code from Merlyn: for a Win32 system like so:
{ my @starters = @ARGV ? @ARGV : 'F:/test'; @ARGV = (); find sub { if (($_ =~ ".c") or ($_ =~ ".h")) { push @ARGV, "$File::Find::dir/$_"; } }, @starters; } while (<>) { ... }
I assumed that this would populate @ARGV with only filenames, and not top-level directory names. However, subdirectory names are getting into @ARGV somehow:
Can't do inplace edit: F:/test/subdir is not a regular file at script. +pl line 28
Can anyone explain to me how those top-level subdirectory names got into @ARGV when I only ever pushed "$File::Find::dir/$_" onto the array? Thanks! -Chris

In reply to strange File::Find thing? by McMahon

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