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Naming variables c1 .. c10 suggests you need an array.

To find a maximum, you can use List::Util.

The following code returns "$chr $begin $end $class" if the class has the maximal total, or 'undefined' instead of the class number if there are more classes having the same maximum. Tweak it to serve your needs:

#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use List::Util qw/max/; <>; # skip header for my $line (<>){ my ($chr, $nr, $begin, $end, @values) = split ' ', $line; my %total; while (@values) { my $class = shift @values; my $total = shift @values; $total{$class} = $total; } my $max = max values %total; my @maxes = grep $total{$_} == $max, keys %total; if (@maxes == 1) { print "$chr $begin $end $maxes[0]\n"; } else { print "$chr $begin $end undefined\n"; } }
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in thread Find highest value by linseyr

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