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Umm, what are you trying to do exactly? How are you going to define your sets? If you want to hardcode your settings, you probably should be looking at a better data structure to hold the settings.

You can use a hash or a list to hold your sets, and use hash slice or array slice to build your arguments the Perl Monk way...

#hash slice example my %sets = ( 'set1' => { ... }, 'set2' => { ... }, 'set3' => { ... }, ... ); # When you want to build your list of arguments in a # specific order, make use of hash slices my @setargs = @sets{ qw/ set3 set1 set2 / }; # or alternatively, when you want to include everything # and don't care about the ordering my @setargs = @sets{ sort keys %sets };

In reply to Re: Pushing Arrays by Roger
in thread Pushing Arrays by webchalkboard

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