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I am a beginner and this probably an extremely simple question, please excuse me.

How do I reverse a flatfiles contents, what I mean by reverse is this:

Existing flatfile contents.

1\n
2\n
3\n

What I want to convert it to is:

3\n
2\n
1\n

This is how I currently read the file:

open(FILE,"$dbase")
@all=<FILE>;
close(FILE);

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Question by:haast
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open(FILE,"$dbase")
@all=<FILE>;
close(FILE);
@all=reverse @all;
open FILE, ">$dbaseReversed";
print FILE @all;
close FILE;


##the reverse function;

Bob
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by:rag2000
ID: 6240260
reverse the array
@reverseAll = reverse @all
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by:haast
ID: 6240632
Thank you, it works fine.

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