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Re^5: Compare Inventory to Database and Vice-Versa

by GrandFather (Sage)
on Mar 22, 2012 at 02:47 UTC ( #960913=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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I'd be inclined to post a new question with code and questions focused on that code.

perlsyn is the place to look for control structure syntax. Don't be seduced into using C++'s for loop, use Perl's for my $element (@list) loop instead. 'next' and 'last' are 'continue' and 'break', but look at 'redo' too.

Pay special attention to the Perl operators. Mostly they look familiar to a C++ user, but there are a few extra that are worth knowing about and some of them do special magic of a mind reading nature.

If you have time take a look at map and grep. In any case you must at least skim perlretut. If you plan to stick with Perl for the long haul get a copy of the "Perl Pocket Reference". I wore my first copy out!

True laziness is hard work

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