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Old 09-20-2006, 12:00 PM   #1
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Perl forcing loop to next b4 first job is done.

I have an array of files which loops though them grabbing relevant data and creating a new file for each. These files are very big and Im curious if you can force perl to process more than one (or all) at the same time.
@Files = ("file1", "file2", "file3");

foreach $File (@Files) {
  open(INFILE, $File) or die "Can't open source file: $File \n";
  open(OUTFILE, "> $File.good") or die "Can't open '$File.good' file \n";

  while (<INFILE>) {    
    @fields = split /\|/, $_;
    if ( $fields[0] <= $FooBar ) { 
      print OUTFILE $_;
Thank you.
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