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No big shakes in Perl to do this, but you need to read up on references (perldoc perlref and perldoc perlreftut; in hard copy, I recommend Efficient Perl Programming). What you (probably) want is an *array* of references to arrays.

my @list_of_arrays; foreach (Thing) { # get array from thing push @list_of_arrays, \@array; } # to get at the arrays foreach my $array (@list_of_arrays) { # $array is a reference to an array foreach (@$array) { # etc } }

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In reply to Re: Dynamic array names by arturo
in thread Dynamic array names by CiceroLove

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