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#! perl -slw use strict; use Data::Dumper; # create matrix # # [ # [ a, b, c, d ], # [ e, f, g, h ], # [ i, j, k, l ], # [ m, n, o, p ], # ] my $a = 'a'; my @a2d = map{ [ map{ $a++ } 1..4 ] } 1..4; #print Dumper \@a2d; for my $y ( 0, 2 ) { for my $x ( 0, 2 ) { print @{ $a2d[ $y ] }[ $x .. $x+1 ]; print @{ $a2d[ $y+1 ] }[ $x .. $x+1 ], $/; } } __END__ ab ef cd gh ij mn kl op

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In reply to Re: Iterating over Blocks of 2-Dim Array by BrowserUk
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