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Beginners guide to File::Find

by spurperl (Priest)
on Dec 03, 2002 at 09:41 UTC ( #217166=perltutorial: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

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    use File::Find;
    
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    use File::Find;
    
    ...
    {
        #.....
    }
    
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    use File::Find;
    
    ...
    {
        print if -d;
    }
    
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    print if -d;
    
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    print $_ if -d $_;
    
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    sub print_name_if_dir
    {
    ...
    
        print $file if -d $file;
    }
    
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    use File::Find;
    
    my $dir = # whatever you want the starting directory to be
    
    find(sub {print if -d}, $dir);
    
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    use File::Find;
    
    find(sub {print $File::Find::name if -d}, ".");
    
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    use File::Find;
    
    find({wanted => sub {print $File::Find::name if -d}
          no_chdir => 1}, ".");
          
    
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    #!/usr/local/bin/perl -w
    
    ...
    {
        printf "%10d %s\n", $size{$_}, $_;
    }
    

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