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Re: Perl & COBOL

by kcott (Abbot)
on Sep 03, 2013 at 18:52 UTC ( #1052165=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Perl & COBOL

G'day kunalrc,

Welcome to the monastery.

Unfortunately, what you've written doesn't make too much sense. For instance, what does "a list of variables and its associated names" mean? A variable, say $x, has the name $x: that's probably not what you're referring to. Perhaps you're talking about hash keys, references ... I'm really just making wild guesses; you need to tell us.

Read "How do I post a question effectively?", then, following its guidelines, update your original post. [See "How do I change/delete my post?" if you don't know how to do that.]

The title you used, "Perl & COBOL", seems to have no bearing on the question you're asking; it was certainly no help at all in trying to understand what your question meant. Read "How do I compose an effective node title?" and then, when updating your question, update the title also.

When you've done all of that, you're much more likely to get useful answers to whatever it is that you're enquiring about.

-- Ken


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