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Joel, I have to disagree. An array of hashes is really not necessary b/c I do not need to lookup or reference any element by name. What is in the elements is H02043-H02999 for example. All I need is once the user selection is stored in my tape_import array I need to splice these selections out of the main array and present an updated main array or a whole new array. Here is my code thus far:
sub import99 { print $q->h3 ({-style=>'Color:#0000CC'},'Please Choose 9940 Tape Ran +ge for Import.'), $q->h3 ({-style=>'Color:#CC3300'},'Note: Inject Tapes via Acsls Prior +To Import!'); my @H99tapes =('H02043' .. 'H02999'); ##--##MAINARRAY my @UserH99tapes = @H99tapes;##--## USER SELECTIONS print $q->scrolling_list('htapes99',[@H99tapes],[$H99tapes[0]],10,-mul +tiple=>'true',my %attributes), $q->submit('form','Submit'), $q->reset; ##--BEGINIMPORT ##--## AS H NUMBERS ARE SELECTED, REMOVE SUBMITTED ELEMENTS ##--## FRO +M USER ARRAY ##--## REPOPULATE LIST INTO NEW ARRAY,PRINT NEW ARRAY my @tape_imports = $q->param(htapes99); ##--## SELECTED BY USER my $tape_count = scalar @tape_imports; $[=0; foreach (@tape_imports) { splice (@H99tapes,0,$tape_count,@H99tapes) } } ##--## END ROUTINE import99 ##--##

In reply to Re^2: popping, shifting or splicing an array??? by drock
in thread popping, shifting or splicing an array??? by drock

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