davido, in my sample code, I'm trying to reverse the sort. I think I have your example but it only does the sort.
: my @SortedArray = reverse sort @PassedArray;.
in my sample code
my @SortedArray = sort reverse @PassedArray;
choroba, I tried your syntax in my code, but I still get only a sort - not a reverse sort. I'm sure this is part of my overall difficulties with arrays in subroutines, but I'm stymied. Here's what I tried:
my @SortedArray = sort ( reverse ( @PassedArray ) );
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