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Can you see why  $ns = blank, when do a print?

open(DAT, "lxfer.tmp") ;
@raw_data=<DAT>;
close(DAT);
open(ORA, ">>list_of_file.bat");
print ORA "cd $rdir\n";
foreach my $filename (@raw_data)
{
   @fname = split(/\s+/, $filename);
   print ORA "get $fname[8]\n";
   print ORA "del $fname[8]\n";
  $ns = "$fname[8]";    
  push(@fles, $ns);      
print  "filename:  $ns\n";
}
print ORA "quit\n";
close(ORA);
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by:ozo
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perhaps because $filename  does not have at least 9 whitespace separated fields
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by:matgold
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there is nothing wrong with $filename.

print ORA "get $fname[8]\n";
print ORA "del $fname[8]\n";

if the two lines above are not blank, then the print command below should have something in it.
$ns = "$fname[8]";    
  push(@fles, $ns);      
print  "filename:  $ns\n";
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by:ozo
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> if the two lines above are not blank, then the print command below should have something in it
Yes, that is correct.
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by:Adam314
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Can you post the lxfer.tmp file?
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by:Tintin
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Add a

print "$filename\n";

before the

print "filename: $ns\n";

and post the output.

Note that you should also ensure you add error checking in case files can be opened/writen to, eg:

open DAT, "lxfer.tmp" or die "Can not open lxfer.tmp $!\n";

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my bad, it was a typo
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