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Anagram in perl

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I want to create a perl anagramm program that reads a name (eg andrew) from an externel file (eg names.txt) and prints out the possible word combinations! Do I have to create an array?
Can somebody please help?
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You can split a string into an array like this:

my @array = split //, $string;

You can then use the "shuffle" function (from List::Util) to get an anagram.
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