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Perl Scripts: Make "Welcome to Disk!" Text File and Make Contents Note Text File
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Perl Scripts: Make "Welcome to Disk!" Text File and Make Contents Note Text File
Tuesday, April 1st, 2014
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A couple small new Perl scripts. They definitely work in Lucid Puppy Linux 5.2.8.

Make "Welcome to Disk!" Text File

Make Contents Note Text File

These two are almost exactly the same script. First, they ask you to type in some text, then they create a text file which contains (and whose file name contains) the text you typed.

I like to put the created files at the root level of my various disks and TrueCrypt* volumes, just to make it easier to tell at a glance where I am and what is in there.

The "Welcome" script creates a text file with a name like "Welcome to Fluffyland!" (or whatever other disk name you typed), and the "Contents" script creates a text file with a name like "~Contents - My entire MIDI collection up to 2014".

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