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There are multiple ways you can do this. You might want to investigate using HTML::Template and friends instead of embedding your HTML inside your code. If you still want to embed your HTML inside your code one way to embed your for loop is to use two print statements instead of one. The first prints everything up to and just shy of what the for loop is doing and the other everything after the for loop.

sub buildHTML { my $html = <<!firsthalf something something !firsthalf foreach my $iter(@whatever) { $html = sprintf "%s %s",$html, $something else; } my $html2 =<<!secondhalf; other stuff !secnodhalf return $html . $html2 }


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In reply to Re: HTML/CGI for loop problem by blue_cowdawg
in thread HTML/CGI for loop problem by Jabox

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