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Working with files in Perl
Perl 101 (Part 4) - Mind Games
Hiding a file
Handling file uploading from www forms with CGI.pm
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Perl 101 (Part 4) - Mind Games
Working with files in Perl
Files & Directories
Browing through directories
Hiding a file
Handling file uploading from www forms with CGI.pm
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This tutorial shows you how to work with files in Perl. This is one of very fundamentals of the Perl language, since it's originally designed to make nice reports out of an amount of data. The article covers aspects such as opening, reading, writing and locking of files. In addition, it also gives reasons for the need to lock a file.



Perl 101(Part 4) ? Mind Games is an article that teaches you how to use Perl to interact with files on your system. In addition, this article also offers a quick crash course in various array functions.



This allows you to solve the problem of denying access to some files on the server without the usage of server commands or configuration files. This is achieved through HTTP and CGI services. With this technique visitors will be able to download a...



CGI programming texts rarely discusses the technique involved in handling forms that upload files which is an often necessary requirement. This article explains the aspect of how to use the upload element of Netscape Navigator 2.0 to select a...



Learn how to work with files and directories. Print list of files or directories. Open, read, rename, lock, unlock, print file. Replace in file. Get file's timestamp.



This allows you to browse through directories in Perl while using the recursive function. When a technique called a callback is added this function becomes universal, and is usable in any situation.