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BUU's reply is how I'd do it, but he forgot to rewrite the date in slashed format:

print "date\tversion\n"; for (0..$#dateArray) { my $date = $dateArray[$_]; $date =~ s!^(\d\d)(\d\d)(\d\d)$!$1/$2/$3!; print "${date}\t$versionArray[$_]\n"; }
I didn't alter the original array, just a copy of each element as it came up. There might be reason to get old-fashoned and look at perlform, or modern and Template Toolkit.

After Compline,

In reply to Re: altering and printing an array by Zaxo
in thread altering and printing an array by s_gaurav1091

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