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Re: unexpected close() success on (non-) filehandle

by demerphq (Chancellor)
on Nov 21, 2001 at 19:39 UTC ( #126779=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to unexpected close() success on (non-) filehandle

Well, not answering your question but the entire framework here seems off kilter. If you want to populate a hash with a bunch of filehandles what about
my @files; #the files my %handles; foreach my $name (@files) { open $handles{$name},$name or die "$name:$!"; } foreach my $fh (values %handles) { print $fh scalar(localtime),"\n"; } foreach my $fh (values %handles) { close $fh; }
Anyway, a quick $.02 while excel loads another 20mb "database" (NOT!) across the network.

Oooh! For the record tilly has pointed out that autovivification is a 5.6 feature and wont work in those prehistoric version that some systems have installed ;-) :-)

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