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Subject: starting separator missing
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the following statement in windows XP perl (5.12.3) : my $monpath=dir("D:",'perl') # give D:\perl that is correct. but in windows 7, perl 64 bits (v5.14.2) we have got D:perl for the same above. If we try : say dir('D: ','perl') ;# this one give 'D: \perl' with a whitespace say dir('D:',' perl') ;# this other one 'D: perl' say dir('','perl') ; # \perl but say dir ('D:','','perl') ; # give D:perl In short, the first separator is missing or there is whitespace signifant for windows system so the path generated could not be accessed.


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