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Expanding on philcrow's last paragraph I just encapsulated your code in routines:

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use Win32::OLE; #or ParseExcel or whatever my $DEBUG = 1; # # Subroutines # sub get_cell_val() { my ($src_sheet, $src_row, $src_col) = @_; if (defined $src_sheet->{Cells}[$src_row][$src_col]) { $_ = $src_sheet->{Cells}[$src_row][$src_col]->Value; } else { $_ = ''; } } # # Main Program # sub ret_files { my ($path)=@_; chdir($path) or die "Cannot change path: $!"; return(glob('*.xls')); } sub main { #... the rest of your code }# end of main 1;

Got your files into a list:

C:\Temp>perl -e "require 'crow.pl'; print map{qq|$_\n|} ret_files('.') +;" > do.dat
Ran your script for each file independently:
perl -ne "BEGIN{require 'crow.pl'}; main($_)" do.dat

If you really want to make things simple you can copy the above command line instructions into a batch file (.bat) and re-run it whenever you want. Update: Oh yeah, you will want to flush your output so that you can see those debug statements early on if you are going to use this for hundreds of files.

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In reply to Re: A different kind of Spreadsheet::ParseExcel memory problem. by InfiniteSilence
in thread A different kind of Spreadsheet::ParseExcel memory problem. by jcoxen

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