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Re^2: using File::Find for reading files in order

by grinder (Bishop)
on Feb 04, 2009 at 07:27 UTC ( #741200=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: using File::Find for reading files in order
in thread using File::Find for reading files in order

Either that, or if there are many files that will be skipped by the regexp, sort the results just before returning them.

return sort {$a <=> $b} @messages;

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[james28909]: yep, i am scraping a websites date/time stamp from an article. none of that is relevant though because the strings i get are as expected. the returned data from the website is the list of @weekdays
[james28909]: i need to convert those @weekdays to an numerical date based off of scalar localtime
[james28909]: i have thught about this and though about it lol
[james28909]: also remember, that if 'Today' is may 1, then Yesterday is not may 31 lol
[james28909]: theoretically speaking ofcourse

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