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No, but you can use my:
my @array = 1..10; { my @array = @array; while (my @chunk = splice @array, 0, 2) { print "Chunk: @chunk\n"; } } print "Original array is still intact! (@array)\n";
Note though that modifications of an @array element (i.e. via $array[$n]) will disappear when the scope is left. This is simply because the inner @array simply is another variable with the values copied. The idea of Juerd's routine was that the elements would be aliased but the array different.

Hope I've helped,
ihb

In reply to Re: Re: Non-destructive array processing by ihb
in thread Non-destructive array processing by Juerd

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