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DISCLAIMER: I haven't ever used Net::FTP.

You can open scalars (v5.8.0 required) by passing a reference to that scalar to open:

my $pseudo_file = "line1\nline2\n"; open my $rfd, '<', \$pseudo_file or die "open1: $!"; open my $wfd, '>', 'foo' or die "open2: $!"; print $wfd $_ while <$rfd>; ## or 'print $wfd (<$rfd>);' if file +isn't large close $wfd; close $rfd;

So, according to the Net::FTP doc, I'd change your code to:

open my $fh, '<', \$pseudo_file_already_generated or die "open: $!"; $ftp->login("perl",'monk') or die "blah"; $ftp->put($fh, 'fh.txt') or warn "blah"; $ftp->quit;

Update: Better english.

David Serrano

In reply to Re^2: Net::FTP by Hue-Bond
in thread Net::FTP by vaevictus

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