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I thought I'd take a quick break from work and see if I could write the File::Find version of this. The following code will create a list of the files modified in the past seven days in d:\log\exported. I didn't backdate the files in my directory to test this thoroughly, but it seems to work.
use File::Find; my $ageLimit = 7; # the age (in days) of the oldest file you want to +process my $ageCutoff = time - $ageLimit * (60*60*24); # the cutoff time my @logFiles = (); my $findFilter = sub { if ( (stat($_))[9] > $ageCutoff ) { # only push files newer than c +utoff push @logFiles, $_; } return; }; find($findFilter, 'd:\log\exported'); # populates the list

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in thread Range of File Names and For/While Problem by Dru

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