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Great example, but that seems a bit out of the scope of the OP I think. What he was looking to do (and really, much of what those of us new to Perl are trying to do) didn't look to be too hard without the module.

I understand that modules certainly have their place. No doubt in my mind, but isn't it also fair (when doing something like this that is fairly simple) to try and figure it out on one's own? I think there is just as much learning value in that and was only trying to make that point in my OP.

Of course, I'm just sitting down to read through Learning Perl for the 2nd time and in no way consider myself a programmer. Anyhow, this is starting to get way OT from the OP and for that I apologize.


In reply to Re^4: Help in manipulating values from two arrays by zerogeek
in thread Help in manipulating values from two arrays by rsriram

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