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How can I store Sql query result in variable in perl?

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I am executing following SELECT query from my perl program and I am using DBI interface
my $test=$dbh->prepare("SELECT AVG(diff) FROM data WHERE key1='s' and key2='i'");
$test-> execute();

The above query , if executed in SQL query browser generate average result of column 'diff' which I want to store in variable in perl for further use

I have idea of dump_results function provided by DBI as one of the option but doesn't seems to work for me
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by:Umesh
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Try this..

@row = $sth->fetchrow_array();
 
$myVar = $row[0];

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oops...try this..

@row = $test->fetchrow_array();
 
$myVar = $row[0];
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Thanks a lot .it worked like a charm
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