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Re: List Contents of Windows Directory Folder

by karlgoethebier (Prior)
on Dec 04, 2012 at 21:06 UTC ( #1007154=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to List Contents of Windows Directory Folder

With "type" you mean the suffix of the file(s), right? Here is another small solution that might do the job. Give it a try. It should be easy to order the output according to your needs. Some illuminated brothers provided already some links for further reading/diving deeper a.s.o.

#!c:/perl/bin/perl.exe + use strict; use warnings; use IO::All; use File::Basename; my ( $in, $out, $io_objects, @line ); ( $in, $out ) = @ARGV; @io_objects = io($in)->all; for my $io_object (@io_objects) { if ( $io_object->type eq 'file' ) { @line = ( $io_object->name, ( $io_object->stat )[7], ( $io_object->stat )[9], ( fileparse( $io_object, qr/\.[^.]*/ ) )[2], ); } join( "\t", @line ) . qq(\n) >> io($out); } __END__

Regards, Karl

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