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when i save data in an array and th

when i save data in an array and th

when i save data in an array and th

(OP)
when i save data in an array and then try to access it element wise ,what loop condition do i give to stop it.

#!/usr/local/bin/perl

sysopen SOURCE,openfil,2 or die "can't open file SOURCE ";
@_ = <SOURCE>;

 while (<SOURCE>) {
        foreach $line (@_) {
                @element[$x] = split (/\t/,@_);

                print "@element[$x] \n";
                $x++;
        }
}
close SOURCE;
foreach $elem (@element) {
        if ($elem =~m/,/) {
        @elements = split (/,/,$elem);
        }
}
                     

RE: when i save data in an array and th

i think you can use last;

add that to the end of your if statement.

RE: when i save data in an array and th


my $loop = 1;
while ($loop)
{
  # do stuff in the loop which would
  # set $loop=0 when you want to stop
}

I also think break() or return() might work


Sincerely,
 
Tom Anderson
CEO, Order amid Chaos, Inc.
http://www.oac-design.com

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