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Thanks. You're correct when you pointed out that it was curious I was pushing the array reference onto @rows_partial. I 'm really pushing the values therein so my code does read

push @rows_partial, [ @$array_ref_partial ];

What I'm trying to do is create an array (@partial_famids) that contains not all the elements returned by fetchrow_arrayref, but only the 2nd elements in each array returned.

My code to print the values of @partail_famids is just this:

foreach $id (@partial_famids) { print "This famid is: $id \n", }

I can't seem to get something through my thick skull. The values of $id each have a number '1' attached to them (smith1, davis1, etc), and like I said this seems to be the reference from fetchrow_arrayref, but I'm at a loss when I'm thinking about other ways to do this.

I suppose I could run another fetchrow_array query, but it seems like I should be able to pull individual elements from the fetchrow array_ref query and stash them.

Densely yours, scratch

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