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You have files named with funky characters lying around in your
filesystem. Ugly files like "My Document #3 - (2005)[1].txt" are
common when you're sharing directories with Windows users, but you
would like to have them renamed to something like
"my_document_3_-_2005-1-.txt" so that your shell and other unix
utilities won't have to deal with special characters.



Sometimes for testing purposes you need to fill a database with randomly generated user names. Or maybe you're just offering distinguishable anonymity to users for whatever reason. Or maybe your product needs a codename! This describes a very...



Sometimes you need to perform an operation on the oldest of a set of files. Using get_oldest_file you could implement an age-based priority queue that processes files from oldest to newest. The list of files you pass in may be from a glob of a...