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And then there's File::Find::Rule
use File::Find::Rule qw( ); my @files = File::Find::Rule ->name( qr/^\d{8}\.\d{6}\.host\d\.\d{1,6}$/ ) ->file() ->maxdepth(1) ->in( $path );

The advantage is that you get qualified file names.

It's cheaper to execute a regex match than to check if a file is a plain file, so I reversed the order of the tests.


In reply to Re: What's wrong with this grep? by ikegami
in thread What's wrong with this grep? by chanakya

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