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Re: extracting the largest values

by murugu (Curate)
on Nov 22, 2005 at 13:35 UTC ( #510772=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to extracting the largest values

Hi Angharad,

I think this do what you need,

use strict; use warnings; my @input = <DATA>; chomp @input; my ($max, $s_max) = sort { $b<=>$a} @input; print $max,$",$s_max,$/; __DATA__ 0.2430 0.0830 0.1320 0.0920 0.0180 0.0880 0.3440

Murugesan Kandasamy
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Re^2: extracting the largest values
by Perl Mouse (Chaplain) on Nov 22, 2005 at 14:28 UTC
    That could be rather inefficient if there are a lot of numbers.
    Perl --((8:>*

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