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Something like this basic File::Find code should show you the right technique. Where I do the print, open and process the file.
#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use File::Find; use File::Basename; my $dir = '.'; my @files; my @exts = qw(wbmp wmf jpeg jpe jpg ani bmp gif ico cur pcx png pnm pb +m pgm ppm ras tga targa xbm tiff tif xpm svg svgz); find( sub { my $file = $File::Find::name; my ($name, $path, $extension) = fileparse($file,'\..*'); substr $extension, 0, 1, ''; #remove leading . if( grep {$_ eq $extension} @exts ){ print "file - $file ext = $extension\n" ; } }, $dir ); #print "@files\n";

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In reply to Re: Replace strings in multiple files by zentara
in thread Replace strings in multiple files by najiz

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