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In that case:

use strict; use warnings; use Test::More tests => 1; my @array1 = ('foo', 'bar'); my @array2 = (" foo\n", ',bar,'); my @clean = map { s/[\s,]//mg; $_ } @array2; is_deeply \@clean, \@array1;

Alter the map to your precise requirements. See also How to ask better questions using Test::More and sample data for future reference.

Addendum: if you don't want or need to keep your "dirty" array you could modify it in-place instead:

use strict; use warnings; use Test::More tests => 1; my @array1 = ('foo', 'bar'); my @array2 = (" foo\n", ',bar,'); s/[\s,]//mg for @array2; is_deeply \@array2, \@array1;

Addendum 2: Note the reply by AnomalousMonk (++) who correctly points out that the map already modifies @array2 and that using /r will prevent that.


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In reply to Re^5: how to strip spaces, commas or new lines from an array by hippo
in thread how to ignore spaces, commas or new line of an array when comparing by noviceuser

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