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This is your fourth question at the monastary, so welcome. However, you apparently have not paid attention to your posts, nor to any of the site documentation. This leaves it very difficult to read your code - your earlier questions involved very little code, so were much easier to mentally parse. As your questions advance, so will your code, and so will its complexity, making it harder and harder to read. Please read Markup in the Monastery and Perl Monks Approved HTML tags. Use the preview, and if it doesn't look readable, keep trying before you post. If you're having trouble, ask on the ChatterBox.

Following these conventions will not only make it easier for us to help, but it's also easier on you. Instead of putting a <br> tag at the end of each line of code, you merely have to put in a <c> tag, paste your code after it, then put a </c> tag after the code. That's it. And then your code will be hugely more readable. Do the same around your sample data, and that will become easier to read as well.

PS: don't forget to read How do I post a question effectively?, too.


In reply to Re: Please help with %HoAoA by Tanktalus
in thread Please help with %HoAoA by vboy1997

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