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Re: Loops and variable usage

by JavaFan (Canon)
on Mar 23, 2012 at 19:18 UTC ( #961295=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Loops and variable usage

It seems like your code is equivalent to:
sub ddd { my $a = $_[0] == 1 ? 'p' : $_[0] == 2 ? 'pp' : $_[0]; my $b = $_[1] == 3 ? 'w' : $_[1]; my $c = $_[2]; print v " < $a > < $b > < $c >"; }
Having said that, I don't which problem you are trying to solve. I don't see any loops.

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Re^2: Loops and variable usage
by BillKSmith (Priest) on Mar 24, 2012 at 23:09 UTC
    I find nested ternaries are much clearer using the code layout suggested by the book "Perl Best Practices"
    sub ddd { # code # value my $a = $_[0] == 1 ? 'p' : $_[0] == 2 ? 'pp' : $_[0] ; my $b = $_[1] == 3 ? 'w' : $_[1] ; my $c = $_[2]; print v " < $a > < $b > < $c >"; }

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[stevieb]: cover it all. Awesome thing is that you can dispatch ANY distribution to it (and include all revdeps if desired), and it works all the same as if I'm just testing the RPI code itself
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