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|on Oct 16, 2009 at 15:17 UTC||Need Help??|
If it was an array it'd be called @number. However $number may be an array reference. If it is an array reference you can dereference it inside of a double quoted string, as in the example below.
prints something like this:
Perl's default behavior is to separate an arrays elements with spaces in double quoted context. If you instead wanted to separate with commas you could do something like this: