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Why is this not working .. Grep problem

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zoomer003Flag for Canada asked on
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7 Comments1 Solution545 ViewsLast Modified:
use strict;
use warnings;
use Fcntl;  

print "What file would you like GERP to look in,[DO NOT DRAG THE FILE COPY AND PASTE THE PATH]: ";
chomp ($gfile = <>);
print "What would you like to the call the new file: ";
chomp ($filename= <>);

$pattern = glob('C:\debuglog\Automation\SyslogArchive\2010-06-30/*.txt');
print $files;
my $PREFIX = '1';   # Prexif for excel file
my $pattern = $ARGV[0];  # Or prompt as before
my @file_names = glob $pattern;
foreach my $gfile (@file_names) {
    next if ( $gfile !~ /my kind of file/); # Supply a sensible test.
    my $filename = $PREFIX . $gfile;

#opens up the File that grep has to look into.
open (my $fh, '<', $gfile);

#Uses grep to find FTS in the file specified by the user.
my @file = @fts = grep(/FTS/, <$fh>);

#opens up and excel sheet and paste the data that grep has gathered in the step above
sysopen (GREP, $filename, O_RDWR|O_EXCL|O_CREAT, 0755);
print GREP @fts;
close (GREP);
}
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