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Hi I am using the following code
#! usr/bin/perl use Archive::Zip; # Getting Details print "Enter the Folder Name \n"; $rn = <>; print "The details are as follows: \n"; print "Release Name is *** $rn *** \n"; print "Business Unit is *** ABC *** \n"; print "Environment is *** ABC *** \n"; # Taking Backup my $zip_file = 'file.zip'; my $zip = Archive::Zip-> new (); $zip ->addTree( 'c:/zip'); $zip ->writeToFileNamed($zip_file); if (-e $zip_file) { print "Archive created successfully!"; } else{ print "Error in archive creation!"; }
here i am taking the input from the user and storing it in a variable $rn now i want to make the zip file with the name stored in the variable $rn.

In reply to Re^2: Renaming a Zip file with a user input variable by mayank646
in thread Renaming a Zip file with a user input variable by mayank646

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