Perl uses File::basename to get the code for the file name extension _perl
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The File::basename module is used to extract directories, filenames, and suffixes from the file path.
This article introduces this example to get all the file suffixes in the/home/topgkw, where the directory returns a null value.
The detailed usage of this module can be viewed through the Perldoc file::basename command, suggesting that you often use Perldoc refer to the detailed introduction of the relevant modules, more than the online search to the information is much stronger.
1), if you use print start_html, you will output something similar to the following:
<! DOCTYPE html
Public "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 transitional//en"
<meta http-equiv= "Content-type" content= "text/html; Charset=iso-8859-1 "/>
2), using print end_html, you will output something similar to the following:
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