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Thanks, I haven't tested this but looking at it, it "makes sense" and on appearance appears to be what I'm looking for. Thanks. BIG GRINS!! ++ I'll test it in the coming days and let you know. I'll post back with my findings/results

By the way, the package name "List" was only used for this example although I'm unsure of what to call the module. I'm assuming it will come under the "File::" modules and could call it "list" or "DirList" or something. Do you have any good suggestions for a name?

Thanks once again. :-)

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