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More things that you can put inside @{[]} .

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use Data::Dumper; my $complex = { a => [ 1, 2, 3 ], b => [ { x => 1, y => 2, z => 3 }, 'alpha', [qw(even more nested ) +] ], c => { one => [qw(more value)] } }; # a function result print "@{[ eval 'Data::Dumper->Dump([$complex ],[q{complex} ])' ]}"; # a list print "@{[ ('aa'..'at') ]}\n"; # a list generated by a Regex print "@{[ 'hello Perl!' =~ /./g ]}\n"; # a list from a filehandle { local $/; print "@{[ <DATA> ]}\n"; } # (update) or simply print "@{[ <DATA> ]}\n"; # a list from globbing print "@{[ <*.pm> ]}\n"; __DATA__ This is text from DATA

This would be the resulting output (The *.pm files depend on your current dir, of course).

$complex = { 'a' => [ 1, 2, 3 ], 'b' => [ { 'x' => 1, 'y' => 2, 'z' => 3 }, 'alpha', [ 'even', 'more', 'nested' ] ], 'c' => { 'one' => [ 'more', 'value' ] } }; aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at h e l l o P e r l ! This is text from DATA +

In reply to Re: Perl Idioms Explained - ${\$obj->method} and @{[sort @list]} by dbwiz
in thread Perl Idioms Explained - ${\$obj->method} and @{[sort @list]} by broquaint

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    [muthusathish]: Hi All i need a help
    [Eily]: hello muthusathish, we have many helps here
    [muthusathish]: i have a perl based dll, how to decompile
    [hippo]: :-D
    [Eily]: you mean a dll where the SW was written in perl? That sounds unlikely
    [muthusathish]: please help me regarding this
    [hippo]: Easier just to go and look at the source, no?
    [Eily]: mostly because perl isn't compiled in the usual sense of the meaning, you can't execute the opcodes directly, you need the perl engine
    [muthusathish]: i dont have the environment too, but i need to get the logics so that i can re-wite
    [Eily]: what makes you think your dll is "perl based" ?

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