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Re: what is @$varname in perl

by choroba (Canon)
on Jul 03, 2014 at 08:52 UTC ( #1092124=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to what is @$varname in perl

Crossposted at StackOverflow. It is considered polite to inform about crossposting so people not attending both sites don't waste their time hacking a problem already solved at the other end of the Internet.

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Re^2: what is @$varname in perl
by sandy105 (Beadle) on Jul 03, 2014 at 10:02 UTC

    sorry i will keep in mind . i am new to perl and perlmonks, i have worked in java,web developement only before.

      The convention is not specific to PerlMonks nor to Perl. It is basic politeness to inform the readers of any forum that you have solicited responses in other places as well so that the readers do not waste their valuable time presenting solutions which have already been discussed elsewhere.

      So, other than PerlMonks and SO, where else have you asked this question?

        no only these 2 sites,i ll keep this in mind in future posts

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