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Re^3: Reading Files Across Directories and Sub Directories

by blazar (Canon)
on Dec 02, 2008 at 21:14 UTC ( #727494=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Reading Files Across Directories and Sub Directories
in thread Reading Files Across Directories and Sub Directories

I personally believe that if that is a question, then a question mark would be in order. I also believe that if so, then at least two answers can be given: in terms respectively, of File::Find::Rule and File::Finder. So yo you should have plenty of choices!

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[shmem]: Discipulus: dunno, but we do all the time ^^
[choroba]: Discipulus I was taught so by a Londoner
[shmem]: Corion: very clear case of missing sequence number
[Corion]: shmem: Yeah. I guess they have a sequence number but distribute the events across threads or machines or whatever.
[karlgoethebier]: choroba: another chapter of "Learning English At The Monastry"?
[shmem]: Corion, well then... next issue, sequence number not a shared resource :P
[Discipulus]: shmem i'm searching it.. but failing i was sure was in Re: Let's Make PerlMonks Great Again! -- suggestions and dreams
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[Corion]: shmem: Yeah, something like that. Not that that would be a solved issue. Simply process all events that come in from a single interface sequentially. Ah well.
[Discipulus]: their

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