I tried, but I am unable to use them directly. The thing is the data 'title' gets extracted twice for more than one users because of the loop. I want to restrict the loop to extract elements like title, PMID and list of authors only once. And I want to do it while I am extracting it. It seems that I can remove the duplicates later but, it all messes up. Because there are some users and tags that are duplicates too, but I want them. Can you help please.
But, this doesn't seem to be of help. I want to do something that if its an array separate them by ',' else just print the individual without ','. But when I use the above code it also prints the single element with a ',' and in an array it gives ',' after the last element. I know how to solve the same issue in XSLT its something like
<xsl:test if position() != last()>
<xsl:test if position() = last()>
Thanks Wind. I really appreciate your help. Okay, while I was playing around with perl code, I found something interesting. Probably you can explain it to me in better way. I was trying to use get() for a webquery. Something like below:
when I put $url in single quotes it doesn't work with the $db and $query but if I put it in double quotes it works. Why is it so, what is the relation between quotes and scalar quantity? It would be really nice if you can explain this to me.