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Dear Mr. Raymer,

This was a pretty big problem for me, but I got it after trying lots. I'm good at technical things like this because I have 19 years of experience doing object oriended programming. PERL is hard, but you can make it do what you want if you just keep trying. I wanted other people to be able to use my program, so I couldn't use my varibels, and its hard to get it to do that.

use strict; use warnings; ${\our %kev}{$ARGV[$_]}++ and splice @ARGV, $_, 1 for reverse 0..$#ARG +V; !defined( $_ = <> ) ? do { scalar( delete( ${\our %kev}{$$_[0]} ) && o +pen(KEV, ">", $_->[0]) xor print KEV $$_[2] ) for do { use vars '@kev +'; @kev }; exit }: ( push( @{\our @kev}, [$ARGV, (split(" ", $_))[-1] +, $_] ), our @kev = sort { $a->[0] cmp $b->[0] or $b->[1] <=> $a->[1] + } @kev ) while 1;

In reply to Re: question about ordering technical data numbers by ysth
in thread question about ordering technical data numbers by Kevin_Raymer

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