Greetings to all of you, and thank you for your replies!
While I can completely understand the conclusion all of you arrived at;
Please let me take the time to clarify "grossly inefficient
", as to my intended assessment.
I was referring to the volume
of code (source) that find2perl
emitted as an alternative to the shell' find && rm script.
So to be clear; I do/have not found Perls' File::Find to be "grossly inefficient", but rather; it appeared
(to me) that the code/source required
to achieve the same results in Perls' File::Find, was much greater than tha shells' counterpart.
meant no disrespect to Perl || Perls' File::Find. :)
The links you provided made for some interesting reading -- thanks!
my $perl_version = "5.12.4";
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