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Re: Perl Script to create sample files in each directories created.

by Laurent_R (Parson)
on Oct 08, 2013 at 11:58 UTC ( #1057414=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Perl Script to create sample files in each directories created.

Hi, it is good that you post the code your have tried, but you did not state what your problem is, nor asked any question.

There are a few problems in your code (some already reported in previous posts), but you'll most probably find out by yourself (at least for the most severe ones) if you try to compile it and run it.

One additional comment: you probably don't want to use function prototypes unless you clearly know why and really understand what they are doing. Don't do it if you don't know, not using them will not bite you.


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Re^2: Perl Script to create sample files in each directories created.
by rahul_lfo (Initiate) on Oct 09, 2013 at 15:25 UTC
    Thanks for your replies!. The problem is that I need a directory structure (which I am able to generate through the above perl script) which has sample files like .png or .doc etc. Currently I am generating directories with the above perl script and then by using touch(shell) command to create the file in there directories. The shell script to create files in there directories is given below-
    #!/bin/bash random_content () { < /dev/urandom tr -dc A-Za-z0-9_ | head -c300 } for I in {1..10} do touch file$I.txt random_content > file$I.png done
    I am a newbie ,I need these two codes to work together. Please guide.

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