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Thanks to everyone and their input.. I like the variety of ways to do this.. some obvious, now that I see them, and others more complicated.. this helps me see different angles to the issue and is much appreciated.

I'd like to clarify on an issue or two: I do want to use reverse, BUT, I was told that the work I am going into at my new job may need to make use of printing backwards w/o using reverse. (They did not specify why.)

I am sorry someone feels as if I pawned off my homework assignment. I actually was doing web and book searches for a couple of hours before I decided to post here.. BEING NEW to perl, I wasn't sure what to look for, or search for. Does anyone have suggestions for how to search for stuff, AND I am not meaning, how to use the search pages, but terminology and what not for trying to find what I am looking for?

Again, thanks.

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In reply to Re: For Loops and Reversing output by brusimm
in thread For Loops and Reversing output by brusimm

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