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How to extract a directory and filename from a path in a string, Perl Regular Expressions - Kewl Splitpath One Liner Regex
Kewl Splitpath One Liner Regex

Check out this splitpath command:
my($text) = "/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0";
my($directory, $filename) = $text =~ m/(.*\/)(.*)$/;
print "D=$directory, F=$filename\n";
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january 2010 by therobyouknow
Express Archiver - very powerful, flexible archiver backup tool for outlook email
Backs up emails as individual .eml plaintext files with ultra flexible options for file names, handling emails with same subject heading as different files - automatic renaming. Options for handling attachments. Great tool for making emails portable and n
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february 2008 by therobyouknow

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