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Re^2: My 'perldar' tells me there is a 'better' solution for this list operation

by revdiablo (Prior)
on Nov 04, 2006 at 01:45 UTC ( #582207=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: My 'perldar' tells me there is a 'better' solution for this list operation
in thread My 'perldar' tells me there is a 'better' solution for this list operation

A couple of quick examples may make it easier to understand what a hash slice is doing. This code:

@hash{"one", "two", "three"} = 1 .. 3;

Is equivalent to:

($hash{one}, $hash{two}, $hash{three}) = 1 .. 3;

And likewise, these are equivalent:

my @list = @hash{"one", "two", "three"};

and

my @list = ($hash{one}, $hash{two}, $hash{three});

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[marto]: usemodperl I guess that depends on what you mean by a safe space, since many people seem to have the impression a safe space allows them to do/say whatever they feel like, without question or critque
[marto]: 'typos'->'typo'
[usemodperl]: it's like you guys are retarded or something, no sense of humor? autism?
[usemodperl]: take things too literally, nothing is funny, everyhting must be perfect, or else, SCOLD SCOLD SCOLD, haha
[Veltro]: usemodperl I think you are offensive right now.
[marto]: people are very defnsive about their bad ideas behaviour' :P
[usemodperl]: sorry veltro, venting...
[usemodperl]: (is that wrong marto?)
[aitap]: usemodperl: maybe it's you who has changed
[marto]: demonstrably yes, since you claim to want a safe space, your definition for which seems to be a place where you can name call, make things up or otherwise post without being challenged

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