Perl updating a file in place

Can't do inplace edit on ./src/test/scala/test/Docker Quick Spec.scala: No such file or directory.

Can't do inplace edit on ./src/test/scala/test/Docker Build Spec.scala: No such file or directory.

Can't do inplace edit on ./src/test/scala/test/Docker Entity Spec.scala: No such file or directory.

Create a new text document called and place it in the same directory as the Perl program below.

Take the same data file you worked with while learning to read a file in Perl. To write to a file in Perl, you must open a filehandle and point it at the file you're writing.

Can't do inplace edit on ./src/main/scala/com/kolor/docker/api/entities/Repository Tag.scala: No such file or directory.

Can't do inplace edit on ./src/main/scala/com/kolor/docker/api/Exception.scala: No such file or directory.

If you're using Unix, Linux or a Mac, you might also need to double-check your file permissions to see if your Perl script is allowed to write to the data file.

In fact, every time you run the program, it adds another "Bob" to the end of the file.

Can't do inplace edit on ./src/main/scala/com/kolor/docker/dsl/Dockerfile.scala: No such file or directory.

Can't do inplace edit on ./src/main/scala/com/kolor/docker/dsl/package.scala: No such file or directory.

Can't do inplace edit on ./src/main/scala/com/kolor/docker/api/entities/Docker Entity.scala: No such file or directory.

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