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With a regular expression and only one loop.
use Modern::Perl; use Regexp::Assemble; # load the arrays my @cg = ( 1, 5, 12, 3 ); my @gl = map { int( rand 20 ) + 1 } ( 1 .. 100 ); my @csta = map { chr( $_ + 64 ) } @gl; say "@gl\n@csta"; # for debug purposes only # assemble the regex my $ra = Regexp::Assemble->new; $ra->add(@cg)->anchor_word(1)->re; say $ra->as_string; # for debug purposes only # find the matches for my $idx ( keys @gl ) { say "$idx: $gl[$idx] : $csta[$idx]" if ( $gl[$idx] =~ m/$ra/ ); }
Sample output:
3: 5 : E 13: 1 : A 15: 3 : C 19: 3 : C 26: 1 : A 35: 5 : E 39: 5 : E 42: 5 : E 44: 5 : E 53: 5 : E 73: 1 : A 75: 1 : A 81: 12 : L 83: 5 : E


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In reply to Re: how to refer the index of an array to another array of the same length by CountZero
in thread how to refer the index of an array to another array of the same length by rocketperl

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