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NAME

File::Utils - Provide various of file operation

VERSION

version 0.0.5

SYNOPSIS

  use File::Utils qw/:gz/;
  my $r_gz = read_handle("test.fastq.gz");  # get a read filehandle of *.gz file
  my $r_normal = read_handle("test.txt");   # get a normal filehandle

  # obtain content of gz file
  $r_gz->getline                            # get a line of test.fastq.gz file
  $r_gz->getlines                           # get all lines of test.fastq.gz file

  my $w_gz = write_handle("test.fastq.gz")  # get a write filehandle of *.gz file 
  my $w_normal = write_handle("test.txt")   # get a normal write filehandle

  # write content to *gz or normal file
  $w_gz->print("the first line\n")          # write a str to test.fastq.gz file
  $w_gz->printf("sum value is %.2f", 1.234) # write a formatted string to test.fastq.gz file, just like sprintf

DESCRIPTION

This module will provide various of functions, and each one would conduct a series of operations. The aim of this module is to simplify file operations and make file operation a enjoyment process.

Currently, it only offer the read_handle and write_handle that can process different types of file according to the ext of filename. But more and more functions will be added subsequently and maintain this module constantly.

METHODS

read_handle

Obtain a read filehandle of different types of file according to the ext of a file. It simplified the process of dealing with different types of file and finding specific module

write_handle

Obtain a write filehandle of different types of file according to the ext of a file. It simplified the process of dealing with different types of file and finding specific module

file2array

Convert file path to two-dimension array

AUTHOR

Yan Xueqing <yanxueqing621@163.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2016 by Yan Xueqing.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.