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> Well, I personally almost always use indirect file handles rather than
> globals. But I don't know that using globals file handles (which is what
> I gather you are objecting to) is deprecated, is it? The perl docs are
> absolutely littered with examples.

No, my primary objection was using open() without checking the result.
Everything else was icing. :)

> (I also use BSD style intentation consistently across my C, perl and
> Java ... which is unusual at least in the latter 2 cases but works well
> for me ;-) )

I tried to match the indenting to what is already in the docs, which is
fairly close to my own style.

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