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Hello to all of you. Since i am new in here and in perl i hope i will cross my noob line and solve my problam with perl.

I have an exercise to do but i am having too much troubles :( so i was wondering for a bit of a help?? So, hier is the exercise.. it is about writing a script in Perl on Windows about file synchronizing. I shall synchronize given folders on the computer. The parent folders that are given on the computer doesnt have to have the same names but the contents must be tha same. It is neccesary immediately after writing in or change in the given subfile the same to be replicated in the other (or others) that are given in the configuration.

Any ideas? Help?
Apr 27 '09 #1
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eWish
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Surely your instructor/teacher gave you some ideas as to how to achieve this. You will need to write your own code then post back if you are having troubles with your code.

Please read our Posting Guidelines

--Kevin
Apr 27 '09 #2

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@eWish
You get me wrong. I was not asking for you to do my assigment, but to give me some ideas for me or guide to follow to solve it. I read the posting guidelines.

What does this forum do, if it's members don't want to help to other like me - begginers?

Thanks anyway...
Apr 28 '09 #3

eWish
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So, how much perl do you know? What have you tried? What were your instructors suggestions for achieving this? Do you have to do this without the aid of perl modules on CPAN? Have you written any code and are you having problems with what you have written?

All I know is need to write a script to sync some folders on a windows machine.

We are here to help others, but so far you have not given enough information for us to help.

--Kevin
Apr 28 '09 #4

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