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See also: File System Information - Obtaining information of the filesystem as a whole. Status of disk subsystems, capacity, etc.
See also: File Access Limits - Limiting access to files (permissions, locking, et al)
See also: File Access - Operations affecting a file as a whole. (delete files, rename, truncate, etc.)
For file name operations, see File Path Name Strings - Operations on hierarchical names (paths, files, identifiers)
Up to File System Access - Gateway topic to file system (files and directory) access and operations.
How can I reliably rename a file?
How do I get a file's timestamp in perl?
How do I set a file's timestamp in perl?
(Perl builtin function) #NAME? A file test
(Perl builtin function) chown LIST Changes the owner (and group) of a list of files.
(Perl builtin function) link OLDFILE,NEWFILE Creates a new filename linked to the old filename.
(Perl builtin function) lstat FILEHANDLE stats a symbolic link instead of the file.
(Perl builtin function) readlink EXPR Returns the value of a symbolic link.
(Perl builtin function) rename OLDNAME,NEWNAME Changes the name of a file.
(Perl builtin function) stat FILEHANDLE Returns a 13-element array giving the status info for a file.
(Perl builtin function) tell FILEHANDLE Returns the current position for FILEHANDLE.
(Perl builtin function) utime LIST Changes the access and modification times on each file of a list of files.
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