So you would have the below to open a single file e.g. 'hello.dat' but how would you go about opening '*.dat'? I assume you'd need some sort of way to check if any other files existed before opening the next.
in most unix shells you wouldn't need to do anything to handle wildcards from the commandline, as the shell will expand *.dat to all matching files alread (so if files 1.dat and 2.dat exist, your program
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