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compile patten once, use elsewhere

Posted on 2002-07-15
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Have outloop pattern I want compiled in the outer
loop and used in innerloop.

foreach $o (@oa) {
  # pattern /^$o\d\d$/
  foreach $i (@ia) {
    # use it here  $i =~ /fromOuterLoop/;
  }
}

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foreach $o (@oa) {
    $pattern = qr/^$o\d\d$/;
    foreach $i (@ia) {
       $i =~ $pattern;
    }
}
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