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I feel like I'm getting warmer and that I have to move the foreach loop into the global section. Thanks for the advice thus far. I'm reading the docs prescribed by you all.

#!/usr/bin/perl print "Let's start! \n"; print question(); chomp($input=<STDIN>); print answer(); sub question { @array_q = `cat quiz.txt | grep ?`; foreach(@array_q){print $array_q[0] } } sub answer { $/ = -00; @array_a = `cat quiz.txt | grep -v ?`; foreach(@array_a){print $array_a[0] } } bash-3.2$ ./quiz.pl Let's start! Name 2 shapes? Name 2 shapes? Name 2 shapes? sadf square circle North America Neil Armstrong bash-3.2$

In reply to Re: How could I create a command line quiz? by yasser
in thread How could I create a command line quiz? by yasser

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