Tom Keller | 24 Nov 19:08 2012

Re: use cookbook to work with a directory of files

A search with the phrase "perl cookbook filenames from directory" should help you find what you need.

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> From: maha ahmed <mahakadry <at> aucegypt.edu>
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> Dear Bioperl list,
> I have a folder that has 60,000 files (one file for each phylogenetic tree)
> However I only need to work with a subset of 1,000 files from that folder
> (the files are not numbered in order so I cant use the i++ loop in my
> bioperl script)
> Is there a way to write a script that only moves files with the names given
> in a list in a text file
> i.e. I have a file that has the names of the files I want to copy fro m the
> folder and I want to write script that does this
> Thank you so much
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