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What would you want it to do?

  1. Iterate on two arrays in paralel:
    @name = qw(fred wilma barney betty); @color = qw(black red blonde black); for $k (0 .. @name - 1) { print $name[$k] . " - " . $color[$k] . "\n" +} # fred - black # wilma - red # barney - blonde # betty - black
  2. Move a sliding window on an array:
    @name = qw(fred wilma barney betty); for $k (0 .. @name - 2) { print $name[$k] . " - " . $name[$k + 1] . "\ +n" } # fred - wilma # wilma - barney # barney - betty
  3. Take the elements of the array in twos:
    @name = qw(fred wilma barney betty); for $k (0 .. @name/2 - 1) { print $name[2 * $k] . " - " . $name[2 * $k + + 1] . "\n" } # fred - wilma # barney - betty
  4. Iterate on an array of pairs:
    @data = (["fred", "black"], ["wilma", "red"], ["barney", "blonde"], [" +betty", "black"]); @color = qw(black red blonde black); for $rec (@data) { my($name, $col +or) = @$rec; print $name . " - " . $color . "\n" } # fred - black # wilma - red # barney - blonde # betty - black
Or perhaps even something you would normally do with two levels of loops, like iterating on each combination of two names.

In reply to Re: can we pass two variable to foreach loop by ambrus
in thread can we pass two variable to foreach loop by phemal

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