is the general standard way of doing "option" in script,
use strict; use warnings; use Getopt::Std; my %options; if (scalar @ARGV < 3) {usage()}; sub usage { print STDERR << "EOF"; \nThis program does... usage: $0 [-hcfo] -h : this (help) message -c : config file -o : Fj xcf release file -x : output file EOF exit; } getopts ("hc:f:o:", \%options); usage() if $options{h}; if ($options{o}) { $source_file = $options{o}; } else { $source_file = "as.xcf-dist"; } if ($options{c}) { $config_file = $options{c}; } else { $config_file = 'config.ini'; } if ($options{x}) { $dest_file = $options{x}; } else { usage(); }
if you have any suggestion, Please let me know, Cheers

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