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13.6 Exercises

See Appendix A, Exercise Answers for answers.

  1. Write a program that works like del, deleting the files given as command-line arguments when the program is invoked. (You don't need to handle any options of del.)

    Be careful to test this program in a mostly empty directory so that you don't accidentally delete useful stuff! Remember that the command-line arguments are available in the @ARGV array when the program starts.

  2. Write a program that works like rename, renaming the first command-line argument to the second command-line argument. (You don't need to handle any options of rename, or more than two arguments.) You may wish to consider how to handle the rename when the destination is a directory.

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