|Secondly, why are you using a C-style for loop on the inside when you can just say
I imagine because he has 1 list of names, and he wants 10 at a time. Your code doesnt do that at all. (Sorry ;-)
But i agree with you that the 3 arg for is a bad call, especially considering his mistake with the initializer. Personally i would do this:
foreach $heading (@headings)
print "".shift(@names) for 1..10; # the "". might not be needed, cant
+ remember :-)
But its a little hard to say considering we dont know the constraints. For instance are there for sure a sufficient number of names?
Yves / DeMerphq
Writing a good benchmark isnt as easy as it might look.
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