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From:
PRADEEP GOEL
Date:
December 2, 2002 03:01
Subject:
a Bug in PERL
Message ID:
091001c299f2$2fe6deb0$69734c0f@NT15105
If i am not wrong somewhere , there is a bug come to my notice , in PERL

@lastnotpop = ("where_gone_me","remaining_is_alright","no_fear_now");
foreach $faltu (@lastnotpop)  #$faltu is extra doesn't makes difference even
if removed
{ $pch = pop(@lastnotpop );
 print " \n  can't pop last  one from @lastnotpop i.e.($lastnotpop[0] ) :
popped element is  $pch #";
 }
If there are more than one elemnt in a array(say @lastnotpop  than the
last/first element i.e.
$lastnotpop[0]  can't be popped out in this single foreach loop.

I don't think it's intensional feature , else it should also not be able to
pop the only
element , if it has one , but it does.

Regards
Pradeep




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