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From: ToddAndMargo via perl6-users
December 3, 2019 02:37
Message ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
From the manual page of rmdir:
sub rmdir(*@dirs --> List:D)
method rmdir(IO::Path:D: --> True)
Does *@dirs mean I can give it multiple directories
as an array?
What does "--> List:D" give me back? An array
of Booleans as to which directories successfully removed?
And what is a "List:D?" anyway?
...throws an exception of type X::IO::Rmdir if
the directory cannot be removed
Does this crash the program or just return a "false"?
Does it tell me what went wrong, as in "so and so" has
"such and such" file(s) open and locked?
To delete non-empty directory, see rmtree in File::Directory::Tree module.
Seems to me I should not have to import a module for
this. Most rmdir command have a "parents" flag. Am
I missing something?
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by ToddAndMargo via perl6-users