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How to pass two parameters to a sub ?
I know how to read out 1 parameter (with
local ($key) = @_;  ), but how to read out the second parameter ?
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my ($key, $lock) = @_;

    You can do this with any array...

my @a = (3, 4);
my @b = (1, 2, @a, 5);
my ($one, $two, $three, $four, $five) = @b;
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