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Re: No such file or directory error

by eyepopslikeamosquito (Chancellor)
on Jan 10, 2013 at 09:52 UTC ( #1012634=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to No such file or directory error

I can see you are either new to programming or being paid per line of code. To improve, you need to master the art of abstraction. When you find yourself repeating the same code over and over again, stop and think about how you might avoid that nasty duplication. Based on your sample program, you don't need to get that fancy, just need to master the basics: functions, loops, arrays and hashes. See also:

As for learning Perl, take a look at learn.perl.org and Perl Tutorial Hub. Also, be sure to refer to the Perl online documentation. Good luck!

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[marto]: clever stuff
[Corion]: marto: Thanks for pointing me to Tinc - I found at least some article that suggests that what I want would be possible with Tinc. Now I can try that out :)
[marto]: I think you can do what you want without too much hassle, but yeah, please try and let me know if it works well :)
[marto]: sadly I've still not remembered the name of that x86 all in one we discussed
[Corion]: marto: Heh - I looked at the Intel things and they were all at EUR 80 or upwards, and that's a bit too much (or rather, for that money, I'd look for a NAS already)
[marto]: click bait marketing is making it harder to find stuff I can't remember based upon a few terms :(

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