Simple program style question

Hi,
  I am using Test::More module to write the test cases for my perl code. This is the sample code
sub test_code {
$result = function1(arg1);
ok ( $result == 1, "Test1");
$result = function1(arg2);
ok ( $result ==0, "Test2");
$result = function1(arg3);
ok ($result =1,"test3");
}

for some reason i don't like this coding style..I want to get rid of assigning return value from function1 to $result everytime..I want to have just 3 "ok" statements in the function..can you suggest me something like that

Thanks
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koppchaAsked:
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0xC0DEB07Commented:
The last line should be :
ok ($result ==1,"test3");

You may want to put argument values in an array and after that use for_each
No need for result variable

@ArgArr=($arg1, $arg2, $arg3) ;

foreach $element (@ArgArr) {
        ok(1==function1($element) );
}

Hope this helps

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koppchaAuthor Commented:
I can't always compare the function with 1 but that gave the idea how to do what i want..Thanks
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