• Let s say I have an array (named @TONE_ROW) with twelve elements in it. Now how would I do the following things to it? Reverse the order of the elements
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Let's say I have an array (named @TONE_ROW) with twelve elements in it.
Now how would I do the following things to it?
Reverse the order of the elements (@TONE_ROW[0] becomes @TONE_ROW[11],
@TONE_ROW[1] becomes @TONE_ROW[10], etc.)

Swap elements 0 and 1, 2 and 3, 4 and 5, 6 and 7, 8 and 9, 10 and 11
Shuffle the array (with fairly random results)
Swap the values of the Highest and lowest, second highest and second
lowest, third highes and third lowest and so on.
• ... lord Let s say I have an array (named @TONE_ROW) with twelve elements in it. Let s say you have a homework assignment, and you wanted to cheat on it.
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>>>>> "lord" == lord vodka ccccccxxxxxxvi <lord_vodka_ccccccxxxxxxvi@...> writes:

lord> Let's say I have an array (named @TONE_ROW) with twelve elements in it.

Let's say you have a homework assignment, and you wanted to cheat on it.
Maybe you could just post it here!

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• Hi you can simply write a logic as per any traditional language. for i =0 to lenght of the array temp = array(i) array (i) = array(i+1) array (i+1) = temp
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Hi you can simply write a logic as per any traditional language.

for i =0 to lenght of the array
temp = array(i)
array (i) = array(i+1)
array (i+1) = temp
i+=2
loop

hope it help

For odd number of elements it need to be customize.
thanks
Nawab

On 04 Dec 2006 18:17:44 -0800, merlyn@... <merlyn@...>
wrote:
>
> >>>>> "lord" == lord vodka ccccccxxxxxxvi <
> lord_vodka_ccccccxxxxxxvi@...<lord_vodka_ccccccxxxxxxvi%40yahoo.com>>
> writes:
>
> lord> Let's say I have an array (named @TONE_ROW) with twelve elements in
> it.
>
> Let's say you have a homework assignment, and you wanted to cheat on it.
> Maybe you could just post it here!
>
> --
> Randal L. Schwartz - Stonehenge Consulting Services, Inc. - +1 503 777
> 0095
> <merlyn@... <merlyn%40stonehenge.com>> <URL:
> http://www.stonehenge.com/merlyn/>
> Perl/Unix/security consulting, Technical writing, Comedy, etc. etc.
> See PerlTraining.Stonehenge.com for onsite and open-enrollment Perl
> training!
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• From: lord_vodka_ccccccxxxxxxvi ... You want to review the docs for sort() and rand(). To swap two elements of an array
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From: "lord_vodka_ccccccxxxxxxvi" <lord_vodka_ccccccxxxxxxvi@...>

> Let's say I have an array (named @TONE_ROW) with twelve elements in
> it. Now how would I do the following things to it? Reverse the order
> of the elements (@TONE_ROW[0] becomes @TONE_ROW[11], @TONE_ROW[1]
> becomes @TONE_ROW[10], etc.)
>
> Swap elements 0 and 1, 2 and 3, 4 and 5, 6 and 7, 8 and 9, 10 and 11
> Shuffle the array (with fairly random results) Swap the values of the
> Highest and lowest, second highest and second lowest, third highes and
> third lowest and so on.

You want to review the docs for sort() and rand().

To swap two elements of an array (or the values of two variables) you
can do this:

(\$ARR[1], \$ARR[3]) = (\$ARR[3], \$ARR[1]);
or with variables
(\$x, \$y) = (\$y, \$x);

With Perl you do not need any temporary variable, you can assign to
multiple variables or array slots or hash values at once so you just
specify the list of values and assign it to the list of
variables/array slots/hash values.

Jenda

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