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I would say do it the C way... (ish)
for my $x (0..21) { for my $y (0..79) { do_stuff($vscr[$x][$y]); } }
It works, and you always know your coordinates... you might want to define 21 and 79 as variables at the top of the program, though... in case screen size changes... or do
for my $x (0..$#vscr) { for my $y (0..$#{$vscr[$x]}) { do_stuff($vscr[$x][$y]); } }

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In reply to Re: Fun with two-dimensional arrays by suaveant
in thread Fun with two-dimensional arrays by FoxtrotUniform

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