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I always found splice to be a good way to slice an array. Here is an example that you can play with. I am assuming that you always want the last element from each inner array.
use strict; use Data::Dumper; my @arry = ( [qw(one two three)], [qw(foo bar baz)], ); my @new; push @new, splice(@$_,$#$_,1) for @arry; print Dumper \@new;
The third argument of '1' for splice is not necessary in this case, but i recommend keeping it in case you decide to remove only one element from any other position. ;)

Hope this works for you.


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In reply to (jeffa) Re: seeking different ways to slice a 2-d array by jeffa
in thread seeking different ways to slice a 2-d array by belden

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