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Re: How to access an Array Element

by SamCG (Hermit)
on Apr 03, 2006 at 16:32 UTC ( #540976=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to How to access an Array Element

This is really an odd question, particularly given your stipulation that there is only one row of data. If this is really a stipulation, I'd be inclined to say $search='crikey';, but there has to be more to your question. An array would be something like @albums = qw(1 grovvy crikey 10/10/2006) (assuming the simplest case, and that you don't really mean a hash). Then @albums[2] would be 'crikey'. update: fixed typo

s''limp';@p=split '!','n!h!p!';s,m,s,;$s=y;$c=slice @p[1];so brutally;d;$n=reverse;$c=$s**$#p;print(''.$c^chop($n))while($c/=$#p)>=1;

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