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Re: [vox-tech] Perl help requested



On Tue 10 Feb 04,  9:56 AM, Richard Crawford <rscrawford@mossroot.com> said:
> I'm trying to write a Perl application that will go through a directory
> and give the amount of space used by each directory, including each
> subdirectory.  So, for example, if myDirectory1 has three files totalling
> 150K and two subdirectories (mySubDirectoryA, with 20K of files, and
> mySubDirectoryB with 50K of files), I'd like to see output like this:
> 
> DIRECTORY         SIZE
> ======================
> myDirectory1      220K
> 
> I'm stuck at the first line. Any suggestions?
 
is this a programming exercise or do you just want something to give you
the numbers?

pete

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