I am a true perl novice and I need to sort the output of this code.
I have

`@array` with 96 lines in the array with 15 slices per line (in case I'm using the wrong terminology,

`$sorted[96][14]` is the last referenceable slice.
I need to sort by the

`$array[$j][4]` slice before this block
executes.
I have searched the FAQs, and found several references similar to

`@sorted = sort {$b <=> $a} @array;`
but I can not find how to sort by a specific slice.

`for $j (0 .. $#sorted)
{
print "<tr bgcolor=#888888><td>$sorted[$j][4]</td><td>$timecon</td><td
+>$sorted[$j][3]</td><td>$sorted[$j][6]</td><td>$sorted[$j][7].
</td><td>$sorted[$j][5].</td><td>$sorted[$j][8]</td><td>$sorted[$j][9]
+</td><td>$sorted[$j][11]</td><td>$sorted[$j][12].</td><td>$sor
ted[$j][14].</td><td>$sorted[$j][13]</td></tr>\n\n";
}
`

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