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How do I rewrite to use a while instead of find?

for FILE in `find /home/Upload/*`

Need to use a while instead to prevent errors when the file is emptied
 
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ECACCESS-FILE-PUT(1p)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				     ECACCESS-FILE-PUT(1p)

NAME
ecaccess-file-put - Upload a File on the ECaccess File System SYNOPSIS
ecaccess-file-put -version|-help|-manual ecaccess-file-put [-debug] [-progress] [-umask mode] [-offset number] [-bufsize length] source-local-file [target-ecaccess-file] DESCRIPTION
Allow uploading source-local-file on the ECaccess File System. If no target-ecaccess-file is specified then the source-local-file name is used. The target-ecaccess-file is in the form [domain:][/user-id/]path. Please read the "Shell commands -> File Management" section of the "ecaccess" guide for more information on the ECaccess File System. ARGUMENTS
source-local-file The name of the source Local File. target-ecaccess-file (optional) The name of the target ECaccess File. OPTIONS
-progress Provide a progress meter on the standard terminal, allowing to monitor the file transmission in real-time. The progress bar is removed from the terminal when the transmission is done. This option is not supported and ignored on Windows platforms. -umask mode The user file-creation mode mask (umask) is used to determine the file permission for newly created files. The default value is 640. -offset number Every open file has an associated file offset, which determines where the next read operation will start. This number is set to 0 by default. -bufsize length Specify the length of the buffer (in bytes) which is used to upload the file. The larger the buffer the smaller the number of http/s requests. By default a buffer of 10485760 bytes(10MB) is used. -version Display version number and exits. -help Print a brief help message and exits. -manual Prints the manual page and exits. -debug Display the SOAP messages exchanged. EXAMPLES
ecaccess-file-put $HOME/bin/a.out Upload the local $HOME/bin/a.out File in the $HOME directory of the authenticated user. The Target File Name is a.out. ecaccess-file-put $HOME/bin/a.out c1a:/tmp/a2.out Upload the local $HOME/bin/a.out File in the tmp directory of c1a. The Target File Name is a2.out. SEE ALSO
ecaccess-file-delete, ecaccess-file-get, ecaccess-file-mget, ecaccess-file-modtime, ecaccess-file-mput, ecaccess-file-rmdir, ecaccess-file- copy, ecaccess-file-dir, ecaccess-file-mdelete, ecaccess-file-mkdir, ecaccess-file-move, ecaccess-file-chmod, ecaccess-file-size and ecaccess. perl v5.14.2 2012-04-16 ECACCESS-FILE-PUT(1p)

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