Thanks for your fast reply !!!
I use the open ( INPUT, .....)
to read in the file and I want to seprate the 4 array's
so something like this
my @nloops = ...;
my @lverts = ...;
my @vertid = ...;
my @paramslist = ...;
so your code was nice to print this info but I like to
asign it to 4 array ex.
my @nloops = [ ... ];
my @lverts = [ ... ];
my @vertid = [ ... ];
my @params = [ ... ];
next I could count the array length this I know how to
next I could build a for loop to assign 1 array and first value to new
+ data format ...
change the data
0.5 0.5 0.5 add 1 -------- first array
0.5 0.5 0.5 1
Print some info here !!!
4 < 1 2 3 4
Print end info !!!
so in another words the 4 arrays need to be seprate.
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