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Index: F

fatal errors
die function for: 11.3. Fatal Errors with die
trapping with eval block: 17.1. Trapping Errors with eval
Fatal module: B.5.3. The Fatal Module
file extensions: 1.4.1. A Simple Program
File::Basename module: 13.8.1. The File::Basename Module
B.5.4. The File::Basename Module
File::Copy module: B.5.5. The File::Copy Module
File::Find library: 12.5. Recursive Directory Listing
filehandles: 11.1. What Is a Filehandle?
bad: 11.2.2. Bad Filehandles
default for output, changing: 11.4.1. Changing the Default Output Filehandle
opening/closing: 11.2. Opening a Filehandle
processes as: 14.5. Processes as Filehandles
reading, vs. globbing: 12.3. An Alternate Syntax for Globbing
reopening: 11.5. Reopening a Standard Filehandle
tests for: 11.6. File Tests
list of: 11.6. File Tests
underscore: 11.6.5. Using the Special Underscore Filehandle
using: 11.4. Using Filehandles
filename extensions: 1.4.1. A Simple Program
filenames, File::Spec module for manipulating: B.5.6. The File::Spec Module
files
database, in-place editing of: 16.4. Variable-length (Text) Databases
from command line: 16.4.1. In-place Editing from the Command Line
File::Copy module for copying/moving: B.5.5. The File::Copy Module
image, Image::Size module for: B.5.7. The Image::Size Module
links to, finding with stat function: 11.6.1. The stat and lstat Functions
manipulating: 13. Manipulating Files and Directories
names of, directory handles for reading: 12.4. Directory Handles
ownership of, changing: 13.6. Changing Ownership
removing: 13.1. Removing Files
renaming: 13.2. Renaming Files
size of, scalar variable for finding: 11.6.1. The stat and lstat Functions
specifications of, File::Spec module for manipulating: 13.8.3. The File::Spec Module
B.5.6. The File::Spec Module
tests for: 11.6. File Tests
list of: 11.6. File Tests
File::Spec module: 13.8.3. The File::Spec Module
B.5.6. The File::Spec Module
find command (Unix): 14.5. Processes as Filehandles
B.26. Converting find Command Lines to Perl
find2perl command: B.26. Converting find Command Lines to Perl
first found occurrence of a substring, index function for: 15.1. Finding a Substring with index
fixed-length random-access databases: 16.3. Fixed-length Random-access Databases
flags: 9.2. Option Modifiers
flat-file databases: B.7.2. Flat-file Database Access
Flintstones
anchors and: 8.3.1. Word Anchors
illustrating backreferences: 8.4.1. Backreferences
illustrating hash names: 5.2. Hash Element Access
illustrating Unix grep command: 7.1. What Are Regular Expressions?
precedence and: 8.5.1. Examples of Precedence
floating-point conversion: 6.5. Formatted Output with printf
floating-point literals: 2.2.2. Floating-Point Literals
flushed buffer: 6.4. Output to Standard Output
footnotes in this book: 1.1.2. Why Are There So Many Footnotes?
for control structure: 10.7. The for Control Structure
vs. foreach control structure: 10.7.1. The Secret Connection Between foreach and for
foreach control structure: 3.6. The foreach Control Structure
naked block control structure and: 10.4. The Naked Block Control Structure
vs. for control structure: 10.7.1. The Secret Connection Between foreach and for
foreach modifier: 10.3. Expression Modifiers
10.3. Expression Modifiers
fork system call: 14.6. Getting Down and Dirty with Fork
using instead of threads: B.31. Threads and Forking
format letters: 16.2. Manipulating Data with pack and unpack
format strings: 16.2. Manipulating Data with pack and unpack
formats: B.12. Formats
formatted output: 6.5. Formatted Output with printf
forward slashes (Ú Ú)
enclosing a pattern: 7.2. Using Simple Patterns
vs. m// operator: 9.1. Matches with m//
Friedl, Jeffrey: B.2. Regular expressions
function calls, parentheses and: 6.4. Output to Standard Output
functions
builtin, ampersand and: 4.11.1. Omitting the Ampersand
defaults for: 1.2.2. Is Perl Easy or Hard?


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