Re: handling lists in perl
- Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2018 09:12:09 +0000
- From: mick crane <mick.crane@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: handling lists in perl
On 2018-12-19 08:34, deloptes wrote:
mick crane wrote:
yes but there is only one 100, only one key can have it.
I still try to figure out what goes on with the hash pairs
with a longer list of numbers your example seems to pick up on the
I dunno, unless there is something about using $_ in a loop being
I persevere to succeed
this is what you originally posted, so both 6 and 15 match 100 from the
when key is 6 it compares 100 with each element from the list and
100. Same goes for 15.
No idea what you mean!
given a set of *unique* numbers ( there is just one of the numbers in
and a list of possible pairings find which pairs you can make from the
6 can pair with 100 and 15 can pair with 100 but they cannot both be in
the list of possible pairings because there is only one 100.
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