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Re: Is there a way to transfer files without copying to local directory

by InfiniteSilence (Curate)
on Apr 23, 2011 at 18:27 UTC ( #900990=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Is there a way to transfer files without copying to local directory

Look, considering that you keep posting the same code (oh, no...here is yet another place) with only minor variations and you still do not seem to understand what you are doing, isn't it time to call it a day and start reading up on the Perl language?

In your previous post you were looking to copy files to a local directory. Now, in this iteration of the same code, you want to do away with the local copy entirely. Before that you had no clue as to what you were doing and the code you are using was written by wind.

I hate to admit it, but my kid does this to me all the time when he wants me to do his homework for him. He breaks up a problem into smaller parts and asks what the answer is for each successive part. The end result is that he does not learn the subject matter and the problem only gets worse when the next subject requires a thorough understanding of the previous concepts.

You have not created an account here; you don't give credit to anyone who has helped you previously or even mention that you are still working on the same problem; it is obvious that you don't know what you are doing. I suggest that you purchase a book on Perl (visit Perl.org for recommendations).

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