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Re^3: unlink fails to delete files with perculiar namesby BrowserUk (Pope)
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It's merely speculation that he assigned it using a double-quoted literal
Agreed. That's why likely work.
It might just as well have come from a readdir
But don't you have to combine the values from readdir with the path in order to get a fully qualified path?
Could he be doing something like $targ = "$path/$fname";?
why would unlink have returned 1, as the OP states?
Not sure, but that construct looks suspect to me: my($no) = unlink $targ || carp "Unable to delete file $targ\n";.
What ends up in $no if unlink returns 0; the return value from carp()?
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