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use Data::Dump 'pp'; my @dirs = qw( tmp/a tmp/a/b tmp/a/b/c tmp/a/b/c/e tmp/a/b/d tmp/a/b/d/g tmp/a/b/d/g/h tmp/a/b/d/g/i tmp/a/b/k ); my %empty; for (@dirs) { $empty{$_} = 1; # assume empty s!/[^/]+$!!; # find parent delete $empty{$_}; # and remove it } pp keys %empty; __END__ ("tmp/a/b/k", "tmp/a/b/d/g/h", "tmp/a/b/c/e", "tmp/a/b/d/g/i")


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