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Hi all,
I have to compare two string arrays. I have to check whether array1's element belong to array2 or not.
I have strings mixture of alphabets and numbers like:
array1 = {this1 this2 this11 this21 this23}; array2 = {h2this1 h3this2 h5this21 h6this23 h8this13}
i tried by
for $i(0.. $#array1){ for $j(0.. $#array2){ if($array2[$j]=~ /$array1[$i]/){ print"$array1[$j] belongs to $array2[$i]"; last; }}}
Unfortunately, it prints as:
this1 belongs to h2this1 this2 belongs to h3this2 this2 belongs to h5this21 this2 belongs to h6this23 this1 belongs to h8this13
instead of printing it as:
this1 belongs to h2this1 this2 belongs to h3this2 this21 belongs to h5this21 this23 belongs to h6this23 this1 belongs to h8this13
I seek your advice.
Thanking you,

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