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Thanks ya'll, I forgot to mention that my hosts needed to be in a list...also the reason I wanted to not require an external call is because the script calling my hosts doesn't belong to me thus I was attempting to make the code simple and not require additional Modules to be installed/called...

After some thought/research I have decided upon the following code as my solution...

#!/usr/bin/perl sub get_hosts { @hosts=("","","","h"); @app = (); while (@hosts) { $rv = int(rand(@hosts)); push @app,$hosts[$rv]; $hosts[$rv] = $hosts[$#hosts]; pop @hosts; } $thosts = "$app[0],$app[1],$app[2],$app[3]"; return $thosts; } print &get_hosts();
Thanks again everyone for your suggestions...


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