in reply to How to get two array in subroutine

You need to use references. See example here:
(@listc, @listd) = simplesort(\@lista, \@listb); sub simplesort { my ($listaref, $listbref ) = @_; # De-reference the array list my (@lista) = @$listaref; my (@listb) = @$listbref; # Now you can play with both arrays. }
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Re^2: How to get two array in subroutine
by Anonymous Monk on Feb 09, 2011 at 13:26 UTC
    I mentioned without references.
      Just use references. Oh, and tell the interviewer its a stupid question.

      Thanks Sir.