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File Tests When Opening Files



Typical file tests:
die "file exists" if -e "file01.txt";



File Tests
-r File or directory is readable by this (effective) user or group
-r File or directory is readable by this (effective) user or group
-w File or directory is writable by this (effective) user or group
-x File or directory is executable by this (effective) user or group
-o File or directory is owned by this (effective) user
-R File or directory is readable by this real user or group
-W File or directory is writable by this real user or group
-X File or directory is executable by this real user or group
-O File or directory is owned by this real user
-e File or directory name exists
-z File exists and has zero size (always false for directories)
-s File or directory exists and has nonzero size (the value is the size in bytes)
-f Entry is a plain file
-d Entry is a directory
-l Entry is a symbolic link
-S Entry is a socket
-p Entry is a named pipe (a "fifo")
-b Entry is a block-special file (like a mountable disk)
-c Entry is a character-special file (like an I/O device)
-u File or directory is setuid
-g File or directory is setgid
-k File or directory has the sticky bit set
-t The filehandle is a TTY (as reported by the isatty() system function; filenames can't be tested by this test)
-T File looks like a "text" file
-B File looks like a "binary" file
-M Modification age (measured in days)
-A Access age (measured in days)
-C Inode-modification age (measured in days)