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Ok .. so here is the part i feel ,if resolved will completely solve my problem .
@a = qw/Mon Tue Wed Thurs/; foreach $key(@a) { push(@$key, $key); print Dumper(\@$key); }
The only problem with the above code is the array variable. Now there occur three possibilities
#Declare array as push(@$key, #some values); .. .. #The above code will help me to generate different arrays for multiple + variables but it does not help me to create a multi-dimensional arra +y( Note: I cannot use an anonymous array here since i need to reitera +te the entire loop over several days to measure performance and i cou +ldnt find a way of pushing elements on to an anonymous array without +creating a separate reference for it) 2. #Declare array as push(@{$key[0]}, #some values); .. .. #Alhtough this will help me to get the desired array format , however +the most irritating part is that the variable $key is constant ,i.e e +vn if i iterate it over a loop, only one array ( i.e @key is generate +d and the reference for all the arrays is the same)
So, basically i am looking to create multiple arrays with the required references( multiple dimensions ,eg 2D).. Please help ..!!! I'm getting desperate now

In reply to Re: Multidimensional arrays within arrays by reaper9187
in thread Multidimensional arrays within arrays by reaper9187

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