Thanks a lot for it.. but indeed the above is otherway meaning we are considering indices on what we want rather exclusion , but my requirement is we should exclude certain col by specifying indices( for ex: here @incides)..
my $line = "1!2!3!4!5!6!7!8!9"; # Original line read
my @arr = split /!/, $line;
my @indices = (2,5..8); #i need these indices to be sliced
print join(" : ", @arr);#original
splice (@arr,@indices,1); # something like this iam trying to achieve
# i might be having 30 to 40 col of which i dont need 4 to 5, so its b
+etter i slice 4 to 5 col's instead of considering 30 col's
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