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Re^7: What would be the easier way

by Anonymous Monk
on Mar 04, 2013 at 02:00 UTC ( #1021562=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^6: What would be the easier way
in thread What would be the easier way

It doesn't reference a named array, it references an anonymous array.

I asked you what you call it, not what it references, so what do you call it?

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Re^8: What would be the easier way
by dsheroh (Prior) on Mar 04, 2013 at 10:38 UTC
    I call it "George".

      Well, gee, for a named array @george you type  $george[1] , you call this array george,

      for an anonymous array you type $height{george}, you call it $height{george},
      its pronounced height-of-george

      you can tack-on array or arrayref; the "ref" part of arrayref is implied by height-of-, implied by $height{}

      sure its an arrayref, the keyword is array, the only name it has is height-of-george, so that is what you call it

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[chacham]: it is a nice ide. its just that upgrading it always causes issues with mismatched versions of whatever
[Corion]: chacham: Oh, yes, reinstalling all the SDK versions and Gradle and whatnot, yes, even in the short time I used it (2 weeks?) I felt that pain
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