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Your posts give partial answer. While it is possible to use exist() in my example above, it is not always what you want. What if the actual value is important?
e.g.
@employess=( 'This guy', 'That guy', 'Fastofle'); @base_salary{@employees}= 100000; or @netmask{@mymachines}="255.255.0.0";

In any case, some people (like me) might fall in to this trap and the subject of my post was to warn them.


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