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No infinite loop here. But is this really what you wanted?
use Data::Dumper; my @line= qw(a b c); my @angel=qw(1 2 b); for ( $i = 1 ; $i <= $#line ; $i++ ) { $k = $line[$i]; for ( $v = 1 ; $v <= $#angel ; $v++ ) { $j = $angel[$v]; if ( $k =~ m/($j)/i ) { push ( @a, $v ); } else { push ( @b, $v ); } } } print Dumper(\@a, \@b);
prints out:
$VAR1 = [ 2 ]; $VAR2 = [ 1, 1, 2 ];
BTW: Arrays start at 0 not at 1...

In reply to Re: To infinity and beyond: Embedding loops by Skeeve
in thread To infinity and beyond: Embedding loops by a_mere_kat

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