Hi guys i basically have three arrays @cg,@gl and @csta. @gl and @csta are of equal length.
I want to print all the occurrence of @cg in @gl and for the corresponding index of matched @gl, i want to print @csta.
pls help. When i try this, only the first element of csta gets printed throughout.
for my $g (@cg)
if (grep $_ eq $g, @gl)
print N "$g\n";
#below is where iam trying to print the #correspond
+ing index val.
print S "$csta[$g]\n";
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