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How Reading Directory Works?

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How do you following two lines of code work? mvfs_drive_letter contains M

opendir (DIR, "$mvfs_drive_letter:");
$file = readdir DIR;

Thanks.

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The first line creates a handle (named DIR) to the directory.
The second line reads the first entry (file or directory) in that directory.  
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perldoc -f readdir
perldoc -f opendir
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