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"Now, if there are 100 headers, i would have to assign variables 100 times separately. so its better to make it dynamic. "

I recommend a hybrid solution that dynamically creates static Javascript:

use strict; use warnings; use Mojolicious::Lite; get '/' => sub { my $c = shift; my @array = qw( foo bar baz qux ); $c->stash( vars => \@array ); $c->render( template => 'js', format => 'html' ); }; app->start; __DATA__ @@ js.html.ep <script> <% for ( 0 .. $#$vars) { %> var headname<%= $_ + 1 %> = "<%= $vars->[$_] %>"; <% } %> </script>

Yields:

<script> var headname1 = "foo"; var headname2 = "bar"; var headname3 = "baz"; var headname4 = "qux"; </script>

UPDATE: Better yet would be to shove them all into a Javascript array:

use strict; use warnings; use Mojolicious::Lite; get '/' => sub { my $c = shift; my @array = map "'$_'", qw( foo bar baz qux ); $c->stash( vars => \@array ); { local $" = ', '; $c->render( template => 'js', format => 'html' ); } }; app->start; __DATA__ @@ js.html.ep <script> var headname = <%== "[@$vars]" %>; alert( headname ); </script>

jeffa

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In reply to Re: Loop function in Javascript fails when combined with perl array by jeffa
in thread Loop function in Javascript fails when combined with perl array by ash1351

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