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Sorry 'bout a ninja updater I spotted and replaced if ($saba[$i]!~m/unclassified/) myself. (there was $_ instead of $saba$i ) Thanks for the other bugs - I look at these and we'll see if the scoping problem persist and what do to with it in this case. For $saba I tried to use @saba in scalar context to get nr. of elements - probably shoudl write it out somewhere - like $newscalar=$saba etc?

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