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Re^3: simplifying a CGI param request

by japhy (Canon)
on Apr 07, 2006 at 17:21 UTC ( [id://541931]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: simplifying a CGI param request
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You'd take his for loop and instead of putting the stuff in a hash you'd just do something with the number right then and there!
for (1 .. 25) { my $value = param("q$_"); print "Value #$_ = $value\n"; }

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Re^4: simplifying a CGI param request
by sulfericacid (Deacon) on Apr 07, 2006 at 17:28 UTC
    This could work or you could drop the "q" from the hash key and then just do a numeric sort on the hash and add it back in at the end.

    "Age is nothing more than an inaccurate number bestowed upon us at birth as just another means for others to judge and classify us"


      Or you could sort it thusly:

      foreach $key( map { $_->[1] } sort { $a->[0] <=> $b->[0] } map { m/q(\d+)/; [ $1, $_ ] } keys %hash ){ print "$key : $hash{$key}\n"; }


      $,=42;for(34,0,-3,9,-11,11,-17,7,-5){$*.=pack'c'=>$,+=$_}for(reverse s +plit//=>$* ){$%++?$ %%2?push@C,$_,$":push@c,$_,$":(push@C,$_,$")&&push@c,$"}$C[$# +C]=$/;($#C >$#c)?($ c=\@C)&&($ C=\@c):($ c=\@c)&&($C=\@C);$%=$|;for(@$c){print$_^ +$$C[$%++]}

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