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For us to help you most effectively, you should post your actual code. We don't know what "it doesn't work out" means. Perhaps your file is not zero bytes but contains some whitespace or something?

non-Perl: Andy Ford


In reply to Re: selcting a specific file by andyford
in thread selcting a specific file by Anonymous Monk

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