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Per request here is the code. The commented out bit is just problem solving to be sure it wasn't the culprit.
Thx for lookin'!
jg
sub do_the_clean_up { open (ST,"$search_terms_file") or die "where's the search_terms fi +le? : $!"; flock (ST,LOCK_EX) or die "Couldn't flock search_terms: $!"; my @search_terms = <ST>; flock(ST,LOCK_UN); close ST or die "search_terms won't close : $!"; chomp (@search_terms); open (FTS,"$file_to_search") or die "where's the file_to_search? : + $!"; flock (FTS,LOCK_EX) or die "Couldn't flock file_to_search.: $!"; my @file = <FTS>; flock(FTS,LOCK_UN); close FTS or die "Couldn't close file_to_search. : $!"; foreach $term(@search_terms) { if ( !grep { /$term/ } @file ) { $term="$news_directory$term"; push (@delete_me,$term); } else { push (@keep_me,$term); } } chomp @delete_me; unlink @delete_me[0] or die "Couldn't unlink @delete_me[0]: $!"; # open (NEWST,"+< $search_terms_file") or die "where's the search_t +erms file? : $!"; # flock (NEWST,LOCK_EX) or die "Couldn't flock search_terms: $!"; # seek NEWST, 0, 0; # truncate (NEWST,0) or die "Can't truncate: $!"; # foreach (@keep_me) { # print NEWST "$_\n"; # } # flock(NEWST,LOCK_UN); # close NEWST or die "search_terms won't close : $!"; print "Location: $this_script_url\n\n"; exit; }
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In reply to Re: Re: All of my terms end up in @foo0 by jerrygarciuh
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