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That style of code is totally ugly and unusable. What if your original list of data erroneously switched two characters and you now have to swap the last and next-to-last character? This coding style is flawed in that aspect. You should use the following coding style instead:

push (@Hibbs_Daglish_Schwartz_Vroom, "" . chr(0b1010110) . chr(0b1110010) . chr(0b1101111) . chr(0b1101111) . chr(0b1101101) );

Actually I use this coding style when manipulating SQL SELECT statements:

SELECT monkey, bananas from my_table where 1 = 1 and flung_poo is null and size > 800 ;

In reply to Re^2: Build your array with push by Corion
in thread Build your array with push by PhilHibbs

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