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How can I change a file attribute to hidden.

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I need to change a file attribute to read + hidden.
The read part I know how to do (with sysopen). My problem is the hidden attribute...
Does anyone know how can I change a file attribute to hidden?
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I found the answer:
Win32::File::SetAttributes ( $target_file, HIDDEN | READONLY);
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Win32::File::SetAttributes ( $target_file, HIDDEN | READONLY);
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