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Re: How do I recursively process files through directories

by nate (Monk)
on Dec 23, 1999 at 03:44 UTC ( #1317=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How do I recursively process files through directories

Here's a bit of example code that I often use:

use File::Find;

sub eachFile {
  my $filename = $_;
  my $fullpath = $File::Find::name;
  #remember that File::Find changes your CWD, 
  #so you can call open with just $_

  if (-e $filename) { print "$filename exists!\n"; }
}

find (\&eachFile, "mydir/");
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