Thanks! That works, but ... the point of my question was to not to find functional code, it was to improve my understanding. So, with that in mind, let me ask a follow-on question:
It seems from the extra code you added at the beginning, that my problem was difference in the way glob works on Windows compared to *nix?
If that's the case, I only have a vague idea of what the additional code does. I am somewhat familiar with the map function, having used it to construct some SQL statements based on array values. Unfortunately, I don't follow exactly what's going on here. Could you explain it to me?
Thanks for the help.
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