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Problem with an Array

Problem with an Array

Problem with an Array

(OP)
I have a perl program that uploads data from the users computer.
On the confirm upload page I want to feed back the information to the user of which file they just uploaded.

I am successful at doing this except the output does not have any "\" in the path name.

I use
@array=split (/\\/$filepath/);
print"@array";

my output look like this.

c: directory file

no "\" exist in the output.

I know there is a simple solution please help?

RE: Problem with an Array

You broke $filepath on the backslash and then printed out the result.  So if you had $filepath="c:\directory" then @array would = ("c:","directory");  When you print @array, it prints "c:"."directory" = "c:directory".  If you want it to print "c:\directory" then print $filepath.


Sincerely,
 
Tom Anderson
CEO, Order amid Chaos, Inc.
http://www.oac-design.com

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