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Perhaps this little sample script will demonstrate the definition.

$ perl -e ' my $string = "Lorem ipsum"; my @array = qw(The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog); for my $offset (0..length($string)) { printf "Offset $offset: %s\n", substr($string, $offset); } for my $offset (0..$#array) { printf "Offset $offset: %s\n", $array[$offset]; } ' Offset 0: Lorem ipsum Offset 1: orem ipsum Offset 2: rem ipsum Offset 3: em ipsum Offset 4: m ipsum Offset 5: ipsum Offset 6: ipsum Offset 7: psum Offset 8: sum Offset 9: um Offset 10: m Offset 11: Offset 0: The Offset 1: quick Offset 2: brown Offset 3: fox Offset 4: jumps Offset 5: over Offset 6: the Offset 7: lazy Offset 8: dog $

In reply to Re: index offset mean? by muba
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