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Posted on 2004-03-31
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hello..

i'm trying to transfered this c++ code to perl..
i heard that there's perl func that i can transfered this into 1 line of Perl..
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int tmp = v.at(i);
v.at(i) = v.at(j);
v.at(j) = tmp;

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can any on suggest me?
Thx
TOm
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Question by:tom_mk
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Perl has list assignments:

($a, $b) = ( $b, $a);

so you don't have to explicitly declare a temporary holding variable to do an exchange.
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