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How to concatenate elements of an array in Perl?

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Hi,
Let's say, I have an array. I would like to concatenate the elements of this array (the elements can be all string or integer) with a comma between them. and then assign it to a variable.

Example:
@myArray = [temp1 temp 2 temp3]

$String = temp1,temp2, temp3

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@myArray = qw(temp1 temp 2 temp3);
$string = join ',', @myArray;
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