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Re^2: Joining an array

by trizen (Hermit)
on Feb 12, 2012 at 01:56 UTC ( #953272=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Joining an array
in thread Joining an array

A faster way:
my @array = qw(name John number 7 status unknown); my $i = -2; my $x = $#array - 1; my $str = ''; while (1) { if ($i + 3 < $x) { $str .= $array[$i += 2] . '=' . $array[$i + 1] . '&'; } else { $str .= $i + 3 == $x ? $array[-3] . '=' . $array[-2] . '&' . $arra +y[-1] : $i + 2 == $x ? $array[-2] . '=' . $array[-1] : $array[-1]; last; } } print "$str\n";

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