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Re^3: tabular format of data

by tangent (Priest)
on Feb 18, 2012 at 02:58 UTC ( #954687=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: tabular format of data
in thread tabular format of data

You will have to show what you tried, and when entering it put code like so:

<code> YOUR CODE HERE </code>

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Re^4: tabular format of data
by deepak_4682us on Feb 18, 2012 at 03:33 UTC
    my $width = length $data[0][0]; # Assume they're all the same length +. my $Width = @{$data[0]}; my $divider = "-" x (($width + 1) * $Width); my $topline = $divider x 2; chop $topline; say $topline; foreach my $line (@data) { print "$_|" for @$line; say "\n$divider"; } ======================= i used the above code but i got an error message saying "cann't call "say " without a package or object reference. Also, in the above code, where i will use the  .. detai

      This is what you do

      <code> print "AROUND ME YOU PUT CODE TAGS\n"; print "Because this is code, when posting on perlmonks, you put code tags around it otherwise it won't look right " </code>

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