Thank you (++) - no - I was not aware of zip/mesh in List::MoreUtil.
However, my attempt at using it fails:
perl -MList::MoreUtils -E 'my %stuff=(otherinfo=>"this and that",
qw|sec min hour mday mon year wday yday isdst|
Type of arg 1 to List::MoreUtils::mesh must be array (not list) at -e
+line 5, near ")
Type of arg 2 to List::MoreUtils::mesh must be array (not localtime) a
+t -e line 5, near ")
Execution of -e aborted due to compilation errors.
Any workarounds ? Why does it not like a list ?
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