Temporarily redirecting STDERR

Todd Caine todd_caine at eli.net
Tue Apr 16 10:28:22 CDT 2002

Well one way to do it would be:

open FILE, "> $file" or die $!;
    local *STDERR = \*FILE;
    print STDERR "one\n";
print STDERR "two\n";


Joe Oppegaard wrote:

> I'm probably missing something obvious, but I can't seem to find the
> answer. How do you redirect stderr in scope, then have it return to its
> default once you leave that block?
> Thanks,
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