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Check the file is exists or not.

$file='File Path'; print "\nFile $file ", (-e $file && -f $file ) ? "exists" : "doesn't e +xists";

Get the OS error by using of $!

open (FILEHANDELER,"FILEPATH") || die "Cannot open the input file : $! +";

And check the file permission


In reply to Re: Error while trying to open a file by k_manimuthu
in thread Error while trying to open a file by ritchie

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