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open FILEHANDLE, ">hello.log" (How can I specify where the file?)

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Dear Sir,

When I use >>> open FILEHANDLE, ">hello.log"

The file will create in the same directory with the script. But I want to create it in /usr/local/apache/abclogs/
How can I specify it?

Many thanks for the help!

Ranckl
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Try

$file = "/usr/local/apache/abclogs/hello.log";
open FILEHANDLE, ">$file"
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