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more ways to do it, more generic :)
```  DB<111> \$p = '|----+----'

DB<112> p map { \$a=\$p; substr \$a,0,length(\$_),\$_ ;\$a} "", map {\$b=\$_
+%10; \$b ? \$b*10 :\$_*10 } 1..22
|----+----10---+----20---+----30---+----40---+----50---+----60---+----
+70---+----80---+----90---+----100--+----10---+----20---+----30---+---
+-40---+----50---+----60---+----70---+----80---+----90---+----200--+--
+--10---+----20---+----

DB<113> p map { \$a=\$p; substr \$a,0,length(\$_),\$_ ;\$a} "",map \$_*10,
+map {1..9, \$_*10} 1..2
|----+----10---+----20---+----30---+----40---+----50---+----60---+----
+70---+----80---+----90---+----100--+----10---+----20---+----30---+---
+-40---+----50---+----60---+----70---+----80---+----90---+----200--+--
+--

DB<121> p map { \$a=length; \$p =~ s/.{\$a}/\$_/r} "", map {\$b=\$_%10; \$b
+ ? \$b*10 :\$_*10 } 1..22
|----+----10---+----20---+----30---+----40---+----50---+----60---+----
+70---+----80---+----90---+----100--+----10---+----20---+----30---+---
+-40---+----50---+----60---+----70---+----80---+----90---+----200--+--
+--10---+----20---+----

##### update

the initial pattern is buggy, replacing \$p = '|---+----' would fix it.

Cheers Rolf
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