A easy question......

I have this line:
for ($i=$#MEMBERS_DATA;$i>=0;$i--) {
But I am not understand it:
what's "=$#"?
Can it write :
for ($i=@MEMBERS_DATA;$i>=0;$i--) {

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Kim RyanIT ConsultantCommented:
$#MEMBERS_DATA is the index of the last element in the array( first element is 0). This code is processing allelements in the array in reverse order.

You could  say:
for ($i=length(@MEMBERS_DATA)-1;$i>=0;$i--) {

foreach $elem ( reverse @MEMBERS_DATA )
   do something with element

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#You can write
for ($i=@MEMBERS_DATA-1;$i>=0;$i--){ }  #assuming $[ == 0
for $i ( reverse 0..$#MEMBERS_DATA ){ }
$#Members... is not the last element but the index of the last element.
and length(@MEMBERS_DATA) is not the number of elements in @MEMBERS_DATA but the length of (i.e. the number of digits in) the number of elemens in @MEMBERS_DATA
bobe_aaAuthor Commented:
Thanks for All!!
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