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Re: [PBML] Need help with Regular Expressions

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  • Daviid Goodchidl
    This code looks for lines that begin with followed by whatever is held in $_lhost, followed bgy and zero or more dots then the end of the line. The code
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      This code looks for lines that begin with \\ followed
      by whatever is held in $_lhost, followed bgy \\ and
      zero or more dots then the end of the line.

      The code assigns the parenthesised pattern to $t, then
      creates a directory (called whatever is in $t) and
      calls the cacls command (used to edit and display
      NTFS file permissions) to edit and replace the file
      permissions on the new directory with whoever is held
      in $logname.

      Basically, the code assigns the pattern to
      $profilepath
      - if the pattern is found this evaluates to true and
      the directory creation and permissions operations are
      performed.





      bhu@... wrote:
      <HR>
      <html><body>
      <tt>
      Hi,<BR>
      <BR>
      Can anyone tell me what this Perl code does?<BR>
      <BR>
      <BR>
      <BR>
      ($profilePath =~ /^\\\\$_lhost(\\.*)$/) 
      and  do  {<BR>
              $t =
      $1;<BR>
              system
      "mkdir e:$t";<BR>
              system
      "cacls e:$t /E /P $loginName:F";<BR>
          };<BR>
      <BR>
      Thanks.<BR>
      <BR>
      Rajini<BR>
      <BR>
      <BR>
      <BR>
      </tt>



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