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Redirecting Standard Output inside perlby Anonymous Monk
|on Nov 09, 2017 at 11:21 UTC||Need Help??|
Anonymous Monk has asked for the
wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
When I run a perl program, I just redirect it the normal way
But instead of having to write that path in the command line, can I for example do:
or, if it was possible to just take the path writing in the command, and save it to a variable($)?
And the WHY I want this,
1: Not having to write the SDTOUT path every time I want to run it (After having closed the console)
2: I'm manipulating a lot of data and printing to STDOUT (out.txt), and I want to open it again in the same program, so I can read it again, and do new manipulations
I could push it all into an array, but then I risk running out of memory, so I just print to STDOUT.
(And I'm on Windows 10 (Unfortunately))