Also, I added the "use strict" and got a trillion warnings, so removed it to verify completion which it did, I'll work on making it strict friendly too.
Final question if someone has an understanding. This doesn't adjust my calculations at all, but is interesting for me in regards to better understanding. The first time through the for loop ($k=0), the 'print "$FN$k\n"' line prints the correct name (out-02-00.txt), but from then ($k>0) on I get an error that says "print() closed on filehandle OUT at isotopes-p7.perl line 14", which is the print line I just referred to. Is this because I "close(OUT)" at the bottom of the for loop and this is affecting the next iterations print statement until a new "OUT" file is opened? Any way to circumvent this? (I would just move the open(OUT) statement up, but I need $filename to correctly name it). Can I open a dummy out file for the time being or is there specific nomenclature for opening to terminal? I'll quit hazarding guesses and wait for an answer. Thanks again, any thoughts are welcome.
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Re^3: Open in for loop/array structure
by ikegami (Patriarch) on Jun 03, 2008 at 00:57 UTC