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In addition to what others have said, did you really intend to index the arrays starting at 1 ? Perl arrays start at 0. You seem to want to print 6 itemes per row, and starting at a "1" index will leave unprinted items.

Also, perl loops are usually written in a way that avoids indexing. Your loops could be written (assuming you want a 0-based index, and want to print the complete input data, and you correct the input 'split' delimiter):

# HTML ignores the "\n", but it looks nicer in 'print'; $table="<table>\n"; for my $i(0..5) { $table .= "<tr>"; for (@values[$i*6 .. ($i*6+5)]) { # 'Array Slice' $table .= "<td>$_</td>"; } $table .= "</tr>\n"; } $table .= "</table>\n"
And there is still room for improvement once you learn about "map" and "join" functions, as well as the Text::CSV and CGI modules.

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In reply to Re: How to store multiples lines/records in a array by NetWallah
in thread How to store multiples lines/records in a array by Perlseeker_1

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