Syntax Question


Do you know what is going to be the result of the line below ?

  $h[$z1][$z2]=$h[$z2][$z1]=$count ;
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manav_mathurCommented:

a=b=c

implies c will be assigned to b and b will be assigned to a. In your case, it will most prbably incolve cinstruction of a diagonally-symmteric array.

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kanduraCommented:
it assigns $count to two elements in the array @h, at positions (z1, z2) and (z2, z1).

use Data::Dumper;
$z1=1; $z2=3; $count = 2;
$h[$z1][$z2]=$h[$z2][$z1]=$count ;
print Dumper(\@h);
$VAR1 = [
          undef,
          [
            undef,
            undef,
            undef,
            2
          ],
          undef,
          [
            undef,
            2
          ]
        ];
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