Contributed by Anonymous Monk
on May 07, 2002 at 04:21 UTC
|Answer: How can I Compute address of elements of Multidimensional Array|
contributed by ariels
Perl doesn't let you compute the "address of" anything, really. Even a scalar needn't live in a contiguous block of memory. You're probably thinking of references... And that gives you your answer: just bung a quick `<samp>\</samp>' on the element you want to access:
@x = (1,2,3);
@y = (4,5,6);
$x = [\@x, \@y];
$r = \$x->;
$$r = 8;
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