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Re: Outlook & Win32::OLE

by bassplayer (Monsignor)
on Aug 17, 2004 at 13:14 UTC ( #383651=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Outlook & Win32::OLE

Here's a node I wrote, which has some sample code that might help, but more importantly, you should check out Super Search, using Win32::OLE and Outlook as keywords. Quite a broad range of (hopefully) related nodes.


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Re^2: Outlook & Win32::OLE
by Nalina (Monk) on Aug 18, 2004 at 05:11 UTC
    I am new to perl. I had a look at ur node, what does '-f' stand for in the statement
    unlink $temp_file_name if -f $temp_file_name;
    and what is '$|' variable?
      -f is a file test operator used to see if a file is plain text. In my code, I was just deleting the file if it existed, and probably should have used -e. More information on file test operators can be found here.

      As far as $|++, this stops the buffering of the output. $|=1 is cleaner in this case, so I've updated my old node. For more info on $|++ and $|=1, here are some interesting, relevant nodes.


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