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Working with files in Perl

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This site offers a basic tutorial that teaches you how to work with files in Perl. Some of the aspects that are covered are opening, reading, writing, and locking of files.

Browing through directories

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Browsing through directories teaches you how to use the recursive function to browse through directories in Perl. When callback is added to this, the function becomes universal to be used in any situation.

Files & Directories

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Learn how to work with files and directories. Print list of files or directories. Open, read, rename, lock, unlock, print file. Replace in file. Get file's timestamp.

Handling file uploading from www forms with CGI.pm

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This tutorial explains how to upload files from web forms in your CGI programs while using Perl and CGI.pm.

Cost: Free

Perl 101 (Part 4) - Mind Games

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This article teaches you how to utilize Perl so as to interact with other files on your system. It also gives you a quick crash course in various array functions.

Reading binary data

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This tutorial describes and teaches the correct method to read the contents of a binary file. This gives you a safe way of avoiding getting errors when reading special bytes.

Hiding a file

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This allows you to regulate access to files on your server. While this technique enables visitors to download a file from your site, it does not allow them to get the URL information of the file.