Hey guys, I am trying to make a serial number generator with the user's input. My problem with this code is that when I want the array to be on the excel file, it just gives me the last object of the array. However if I use print, it prints all of them. Also I cannot find a way to keep a counter so that after the user is done, the numbers won't repeat. Any help will be very appreciated. Thank You
my $workbook = Excel::Writer::XLSX->new( 'simple.xlsx' );
my $worksheet = $workbook->add_worksheet();
print "How many Sirial Numbers do you need?\n";
for ($number=0001; $number< $mal; $number++)
$array_ref = \@array;
$worksheet->write_col( 0,0 , $array_ref);
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