Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting For loop statements order of operations Post 303023773 by Scrutinizer on Friday 21st of September 2018 11:19:35 PM
Old 09-22-2018
I think what is meant in this thread is to use a while read loop rather than a for loop:
while read color
done < file


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IO::Async::Timer::Absolute(3pm) 			User Contributed Perl Documentation			   IO::Async::Timer::Absolute(3pm)

"IO::Async::Timer::Absolute" - event callback at a fixed future time SYNOPSIS
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This subclass of IO::Async::Timer implements one-shot events at a fixed time in the future. The object waits for a given timestamp, and invokes its callback at that point in the future. For a "Timer" object that waits for a delay relative to the time it is started, see instead IO::Async::Timer::Countdown. EVENTS
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