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And what do you think truncate(MYFILE,0) does?

How can you just ignore that part?

    truncate FILEHANDLE,LENGTH
    truncate EXPR,LENGTH
            Truncates the file opened on FILEHANDLE, or named by EXPR, to
            the specified length. Produces a fatal error if truncate isn't
            implemented on your system. Returns true if successful, the
            undefined value otherwise.


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In reply to Re: Re: File Locking by PodMaster
in thread File Locking by turnstep

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