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The best way to check array returned by subroutine


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Oct 7, 2007, 5:12 AM

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The best way to check array returned by subroutine Can't Post

Hi. I wonder what is the best way to check is array returned by subroutine defined. For example:
I have subroutine that check is there in her arguments array any numbers greater than 100 and if so create array with that numbers. If not subroutine return 0.

sub test { 
my (@result);
foreach (@_){
push (@result, $_) if ($_ > 100);
return @result if (@result);
return 0;

After this, in main program i want to assign result of that subroutine to any array, but if there 0 returned it will be assigned to array too, as I mean.
For example: @m_array = test(@any_other_arr);
If 0 returned @m_array contains only one element.
So how to check is returned array of numbers or just zero value. I used numbers only for example. it's maybe strings or letters or something else.
Sorry my English and thank you.


Oct 7, 2007, 10:20 AM

Post #2 of 2 (779 views)
Re: [alejit0] The best way to check array returned by subroutine [In reply to] Can't Post

something like this should work:

my @array = (20, 30, 40, 10); 
my @v = test( @array );
if ( @v) {
print "@v";

sub test {
my @result = grep {$_ > 100} @_;
return @result ? @result : ();


(This post was edited by KevinR on Oct 7, 2007, 10:21 AM)


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