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Your input happens to be valid Perl syntax, so if you know exactly that your input is in this format (and contains no evil things), you can simply write:
my @array = eval $number;

Or you could simplify your code a bit:

for (my $i=$1;$i<=$2;$i++){ push @arraydigit, $i; }

Can be written shorter and clearer as

push @array, $1..$2;

There's really no point in having @array and @arraydigit separate.


In reply to Re: regex to an array , is there a better way to do this by moritz
in thread regex to an array , is there a better way to do this by baxy77bax

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