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My question is HOW am i suppose to identify each and every html webpage i have, without the need of editing and embedding a string containing a number for them.

The full pathname of each file is already a unique identifier, why do you need a number also?

Converting the unique name to a unique number can be done in any number of ways:

  • Put a list of all the paths into a file and then number them;
  • On *nix, the node id should be unique;
  • md5 the path;
  • crc64 the path;
  • A custom hashing function:
    sub id{ my $n = 0; $n = ( $n << 1 ^ $_ ) for unpack 'Q(X7Q)*', $_[0]; +$n };; print id( $_ ), ' : ', $_ for qw[ /home/nikos/public_html/folder/subfolder/index2.html /home/nikos/public_html/folder/subfoldre/index2.html /homa/nikos/public_html/folder/subfolder/index2.html /home/nikos/public_html/folder/subfoldre/index.html /home/nikos/public_html/folder/subfolder/index.html ];; 14395874431259872676 : /home/nikos/public_html/folder/subfolder/inde +x2.html 18362554206005274164 : /home/nikos/public_html/folder/subfoldre/inde +x2.html 14252040718160727460 : /homa/nikos/public_html/folder/subfolder/inde +x2.html 534634562378736008 : /home/nikos/public_html/folder/subfoldre/index. +html 2010048469067125824 : /home/nikos/public_html/folder/subfolder/index +.html

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In reply to Re: Uniquely identifying each & every html template by BrowserUk
in thread Uniquely identifying each & every html template by Nik

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