The trick is doing someting like:
$file = *FILE
After that you can use $file as a normal file handle so you can do:
print $file "Hello File";
So here is how to put it all in an array:
#make array of 10 file handles
for($i=0; $i<10; $i++)
#localize the file glob, so FILE is unique to
# the inner loop.
open(FILE, ">file$i.txt") || die;
#push the typeglobe to the end of the array
#loop through the file handles.
# treat $file as a normal file handle
foreach $file (@filehandles)
print $file "File $count";
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