in reply to create directory with input

File::Spec provides a convenient interface to constructing directory names and filenames and it works in many operating systems:
$path = File::Spec->catfile( @directories, $filename );

In the present case it would go like this:

use Modern::Perl qw/2017/; use File::Spec; my $directory_name = 'testdir'; my $path = File::Spec->catfile( qw/C: Users darkblack Desktop A/, $directory_na +me ); say $path;
Output (in Windows): C:\Users\darkblack\Desktop\A\testdir

But running under Unix it will return C:/Users/darkblack/Desktop/A/testdir

File::Spec::Functions provides an even easier functional interface.


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