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Answer: How can I find the index of the biggest element in an array?

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Q&A > arrays > How can I find the index of the biggest element in an array? contributed by jdporter

A recursive solution.

sub _index_of_largest { my $X = shift; my $L = shift; my $x = $#_; my $l = pop; defined $X and $L > $l and ($x,$l) = ($X,$L); @_ or return $x; unshift @_, $x, $l; goto &_index_of_largest } sub index_of_largest { @_ or die; _index_of_largest(undef,undef,@_); } my $i = index_of_largest( @a );

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