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Does your code compile? O.o

Anyways, I think you might be overcomplicating things. This seems to do what you want:

my @stu = ( '103_dsu 1 35 nbu103', '104_dsu 1 35 nbu104', '204_tape 1 1 ACS1', '101_dsu 1 35 nbu101', ); my @dp = ( 'nbu103 Disk 6 -1', 'nbu104 Disk 6 -1', 'nbu101 Disk 6 -1', ); foreach my $stu (@stu) { my (undef, undef, undef, $possible) = split ' ', $stu; my ($matched_dp) = grep { my ($dp) = split ' ', $_; $dp eq $possible } @dp; $stu = $matched_dp if $matched_dp; } use Data::Dumper; print Dumper(@stu);

In reply to Re: Search and Replace Elements from 1 array to another. by Riales
in thread Search and Replace Elements from 1 array to another. by skp

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