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It seems to be the case since after I added
U:/TEMP/TEMP/D/Test04.txt U:/TEMP/TEMP/E/Test05.txt
it prints in the first version:
A : U:/TEMP/TEMP/A : U:/TEMP/TEMP/A/Test01.txt D : U:/TEMP/TEMP/D : U:/TEMP/TEMP/D/Test04.txt C : U:/TEMP/TEMP/C : U:/TEMP/TEMP/C/Test03.txt E : U:/TEMP/TEMP/E : U:/TEMP/TEMP/E/Test05.txt B : U:/TEMP/TEMP/B : U:/TEMP/TEMP/B/Test02.txt
and in the second version:
A : U:/TEMP/TEMP/A : U:/TEMP/TEMP/A/Test01.txt, Use of uninitialized value $file in concatenation (.) or string at ... + line 17. D : U:/TEMP/TEMP/D : , C : U:/TEMP/TEMP/C : U:/TEMP/TEMP/C/Test03.txt, Use of uninitialized value $file in concatenation (.) or string at ... + line 17. E : U:/TEMP/TEMP/E : , B : U:/TEMP/TEMP/B : U:/TEMP/TEMP/B/Test02.txt,
Thank you very much!
What I do not understand though - to be honest - is why glob is not evaluated again on the second loop pass.
VE
Update: After reading perlop and your post twice I did catch it :-)
Sometimes it takes longer to savvy.
Thanks again!

In reply to Re^3: glob behavior by vagabonding electron
in thread glob behavior by vagabonding electron

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