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Re: Foreach in a 2D array

by geekgrrl (Pilgrim)
on Oct 28, 2004 at 15:48 UTC ( [id://403420]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Foreach in a 2D array

I have two suggestions - one answers your question and the other makes it easier to read that print statement.

  1. foreach $option (@{$dataoptions{$columns[$i]}})
    This dereferences your array - it is just a way to do it without having to save it to another variable first.
  2. print qq(<input type="radio" name="$columns[$i]" value="$option">$opti +on);
    This makes it easier to read the HTML tag.

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