Ok, I got the point that the code is not as beautiful as I thought at first, given all those references to "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder." :-)
If somebody else had written my post, I myself would have probably replied along the lines of grinder
I also perfectly agree with BrowserUk
. After all, I am supposed to write Perl code and use Perl's features and not to write C code in Perl.
I think I will slightly refactor the code as follows:
return map(split(' ',uc,2),@somearray);
for the hints.
Thanks everybody for your replies.
I love posting my meditations. Reading what others think is enlightening!
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