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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Opening file and executing an action Post 302347731 by DemonixX on Wednesday 26th of August 2009 10:29:56 AM
Old 08-26-2009
Thxz panyam, but I prefer it in perl script. Been trying many ways already with scripting, I am not backing out now^.^

---------- Post updated at 09:29 AM ---------- Previous update was at 08:37 AM ----------

Got it working!

Code:
#!/usr/bin/perl 
 
opendir(CURRENT,"."); 
@list = readdir(CURRENT); 
closedir(CURRENT); 
 
foreach $item (@list){ 
  if($item =~ /GX/){ 
    print "$item\n"; 
    system("cat $item");
  } 
}

My first code was alright just needed some polishing!
 

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MKDoc::XML::Dumper(3pm) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   MKDoc::XML::Dumper(3pm)

NAME
MKDoc::XML::Dumper - Same as Data::Dumper, but with XML SYNOPSIS
use MKDoc::XML::Dumper; use Test::More 'no_plan'; my $stuff = [ qw /foo bar baz/, [], { hello => 'world', yo => \'boo' } ]; my $xml = MKDoc::XML::Dumper->perl2xml ($stuff); my $stuff2 = MKDoc::XML::Dumper->xml2perl ($xml); is_deeply ($stuff, $stuff2); # prints 'ok' SUMMARY
MKDoc::XML::Dumper provides functionality equivalent to Data::Dumper except that rather than serializing structures into a Perl string, it serializes them into a generic XML file format. Of course since XML cannot be evaled, it also provides a mechanism for undumping the xml back into a perl structure. MKDoc::XML::Dumper supports scalar references, hash references, array references, reference references, and litterals. It also supports circular structures and back references to avoid creating unwanted extra copies of the same object. That's all there is to it! API
my $xml = MKDoc::XML::Dumper->perl2xml ($perl); Turns $perl into an XML string. For instance: my $perl = [ qw /foo bar baz/, { adam => 'apple', bruno => 'berry', chris => 'cherry' } ]; print MKDoc::XML::Dumper->perl2xml ($perl);' Will print something like: <array id="135338912"> <item key="0"> <litteral>foo</litteral> </item> <item key="1"> <litteral>bar</litteral> </item> <item key="2"> <litteral>baz</litteral> </item> <item key="3"> <hash id="135338708"> <item key="bruno"> <litteral>berry</litteral> </item> <item key="adam"> <litteral>apple</litteral> </item> <item key="chris"> <litteral>cherry</litteral> </item> </hash> </item> </array> As you can see, every object has an id. This allows for backreferencing, so: my $perl = undef; $perl = $perl; print MKDoc::XML::Dumper->perl2xml ($perl);' Prints something like: <ref id="135338888"> <backref id="135338888" /> </ref> For the curious, these identifiers are computed using some perl black magic: my $id = 0 + $reference; my $perl = MKDoc::XML::Dumper->perl2xml ($xml); Does the exact reverse operation as xml2perl(). AUTHOR
Copyright 2003 - MKDoc Holdings Ltd. Author: Jean-Michel Hiver This module is free software and is distributed under the same license as Perl itself. Use it at your own risk. SEE ALSO
MKDoc::XML::Decode MKDoc::XML::Encode perl v5.10.1 2004-10-06 MKDoc::XML::Dumper(3pm)

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