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Hi, Im new here and somewhat new to PERL. Im trying to learn how to apply some PERL to our research data. I seem to run into a problem when I want each for-loop to create a separate array from that loop. In my makeshift solution below I made an array within an array, where each array in the AoA represents a number of values for each sample. The problem then, is that I cannot extract each array and put into a separate array, it seems to be a easy question, perhaps the answer is to obvious. @A = @B[0]; This did not work to transfer the first array into a separate array. It also presents a problem because I would need to declare X new arrays (one for each sample) and then Im back in the looping and declaring. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated Cheers Oskar
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; my ($antal); my ($size); print "How many replicates? "; $antal = <stdin>; print "How many Samples? "; $size = <stdin>; my ($tam); my ($tim); $tim = 0; my ($x); my (@a); my ($repvalue); my ($repvalue2); $repvalue2 = 1; for ($x=0; $x<$size; $x++) #For each Sample the number of replicat +es are entered { for ($tam=0; $tam<$antal; $tam++ ) #For each replicate in the +sample a value is added { $repvalue = $tam+1; print "Imput replicate value $repvalue for sample $repvalu +e2: "; $a[$tim][$tam] = <stdin>; } $repvalue2++; $tim++; print "\n"; } my ($n); my ($m); my ($n2); my ($m2); for ($n = 0; $n<$size; $n++) #For printing and checking all values { print "\n\n"; $n2 = $n+1; print "Replicates of sample $n2:\n\n"; for ($m=0; $m<$antal; $m++) { $m2 = $m+1; print "Replicate $m2 value is: $a[$n][$m]"; } print "\n\n"; }

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