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I get an error message with this attempt saying it doesnt like the 'use warnings;' on line 2. Please advise if I need to add a 'warnings' module? Here is the error message:
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at C:\Perl\bin\ line 2.

use strict; use warnings; use File::Find; my @dirs = qw( . ); find ( { wanted => \&change, no_chdir => 1}, @dirs ); sub change { my $file = $File::Find::name; if ( -f $file && $file =~ /\.html$/ ) { open(IN, $file) or warn "CANT OPEN FILE!\n"; my $buffer; { local $/ = undef; $buffer = (<IN>); } close IN; my $changecount = ($buffer =~ s/FLORIDA/NEWWORD/gi); if ($changecount) { open(OPF,">$file") or warn "NOT OPENING FILE FOR M +OD, $!\n+"; print OPF "$buffer"; close OPF; } } }

I tried running this without the 'use warnings;' part and it only changed words in the main directory so I assume I need this part to work so it changes the sub directories as well?

In reply to Re: Re: (Buzzcutbuddha - Some Corrections) - File Find by oaklander
in thread File Find by oaklander

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