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Re: How to handle encoding for STDERR

by ww (Archbishop)
on Feb 11, 2013 at 13:51 UTC ( #1018144=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How to handle encoding for STDERR

Whatever other problems may exist, your open (Ln 9) comes up a little short of a dozen; a few degrees off plumb; or, more directly, wrong:

Your open( my $in, '<', 'non-existing-file' ) || die $!; should be

open( my $in, '<', 'path-to-file-name' ) or die "Can't open path-to-f +ile-name, $!";

(with a [now deprecated, at least by some] bareword and variant quote symbols)

my $datafile; open (OUT, ">", $datafile ) or die "Can't open $datafile for write, $! +";
# for a write

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