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Im so glad I read the other replys before posting mine. This is exactly what I would have posted.

The cleverness in both those examples from Juerd is ok for personal and even module code for CPAN, but IMO generally unusable within a work/production context. First off they dont really look like they do what they do, second they are confusing and error prone. Wheras yours looks exactly like what it does. No maintenance programmer is going to get confused years after ive left the company.

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In reply to Re: Re: Non-destructive array processing by demerphq
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