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perl array

i have to add a data to a predefined array but could not be succesfull:
array is;
@data(
[a,b,c,d,e]
[1,2,3,4,5])

i want to add some data to this array but could not be succesfull.
could anyone have any idea?
thanks in advance
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camasuvi
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mattropeCommented:
I think what you're asking is how do you append the contents of one array/list to another...you can do this two ways:

   push(@orig,@extra);
   push(@orig,$extra1,$extra2,$extra3);

or

   @orig = (@orig,@extra);
   @orig = (@orig,$extra1,$extra2);

Hope this is what you were asking for.
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ozoCommented:
To which of the three arrays in your example do you want to add data, and where in the array do you want to add it?
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camasuviAuthor Commented:
i only want to use that method with gd::graph::lines but push method does not work.
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camasuviAuthor Commented:
For ozo:
i want to draw a graph and i am using gdgraph.
but my data should be dynamis so i do not know how many data i have.
@data (
   [a,b,c,d]  
   [1,2,3,4])  
a b c and d are x values and 1,2,3,4 are y values. so i want to add (e,5) for example to that array as a new point.
thanks ýn advance
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camasuviAuthor Commented:
For ozo:
i want to draw a graph and i am using gdgraph.
but my data should be dynamis so i do not know how many data i have.
@data (
   [a,b,c,d]  
   [1,2,3,4])  
a b c and d are x values and 1,2,3,4 are y values. so i want to add (e,5) for example to that array as a new point.
thanks ýn advance
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ozoCommented:
push @{$data[0]},'e';
push @{$data[1]},5;
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camasuviAuthor Commented:
thanks it is vey helpfull for me
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