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Rather than using an external, non-portable program, you can use File::Find - it comes with Perl, and works pretty well. It also seems like you were trying to imitate the functionality of Tie::File without actually using it - so that didn't work either. Here's an example of how you might use those two to do what you want:

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use File::Find; use Tie::File; find(\&wanted, '/opt/tivoli/itcam/was/DC/'); sub wanted { return unless /cynlogging.properties/; tie my @file, 'Tie::File', $_ or die "$_: $!\n"; s/DEBUG_MIN/WARN/g for @file; untie @file; }

The second script is close enough to the first one that I'm going to take the easy way out and say "Solution is trivial, and left as an exercise for the student." :)


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    [james28909]: i have thught about this and though about it lol
    [james28909]: also remember, that if 'Today' is may 1, then Yesterday is not may 31 lol
    [james28909]: theoretically speaking ofcourse
    [james28909]: so if you subtracting as you loop, be aware that you will eventually be subtracting into a past month, or year <.<
    [james28909]: dontcha love it!
    [james28909]: Today would be scalar localtime. Yesterday would be scalar localtime - 1. sunday - monday would variate scalar localtime - ?

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