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Re^2: renaming the file using perl

by finddata (Sexton)
on Mar 16, 2017 at 06:12 UTC ( #1184831=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: renaming the file using perl
in thread renaming the file using perl

by using the line which provided i got output as follows: rename /home/sa/dcms_html_output/DCMS_DEMO/de_top/Block_DV/ +nfig, /home/sa/dcms_html_output/DCMS_DEMO/de_top/Block_DV/DCMS_DEMO_d +e_top_Block_DV_1
expected should be as follows:
/home/sa/dcms_html_output/DCMS_DEMO/de_top/Block_DV/Block_DV.config, / +home/sa/dcms_html_output/DCMS_DEMO/de_top/Block_DV/DCMS_DEMO_de_top_B +lock_DV.config

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Re^3: renaming the file using perl
by nysus (Vicar) on Mar 16, 2017 at 18:18 UTC

    Your code is very hard to follow. Can I suggest you please:

    • Place comments in your code to help explain what you are trying to accomplish and what you think each chunk of code is doing
    • Use variable names in place of your long string concatenations to make it more readable
    • Use in-line comment for each variable name to help explain what the variable represents

    This will not only help us help you, it will help you understand your own code better. When you are new at programming, it's very difficult to keep track of what you are trying to do and it is easy to get lost. Comments and liberal use of variables will help you out a great deal.

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