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use strict; use warnings; sub a1 { print("a1\n"); } sub a2 { print("a2\n"); } my @procs = (\&a1, \&a2); foreach (@procs) { &$_; } # or for a more idiomatic approach # enter anonymous subs directly into the array: my @procs2 = (sub { print("this\n") }, sub { print("that\n") } ); foreach (@procs2) { $_->(); # alternate form to call subroutine ref }
All of which prints:

    a1
    a2
    this
    that

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In reply to Re: How can I call subroutines in an array by dvergin
in thread How can I call subroutines in an array by ozgurp

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