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Re: Problems with complex structure and array of arrays

by tangent (Priest)
on Mar 01, 2012 at 22:45 UTC ( #957343=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Problems with complex structure and array of arrays

The array @global_els contains all elements, not just the elements associated with each $row_el. Although there are other ways to better achieve what you want, you could fix your code by adding one line:
foreach $row_el (@row_els) { print "\t",$row_el; foreach $global_el (@global_els) { # add this line... next unless exists $score_of{$row_el}{$global_el}; print "\t",$global_el; print ",",$score_of{$row_el}{$global_el}; } print "\n"; }
BTW if you used warnings you would have got a host of "unitialised value" errors. Data::Dumper is a great help too in these situations.

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