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How to check eleements of an array in Perl?

Tolgar
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Hi,
Let's say I have an array called resultList.

I have some elements in this array. (Let's say 1,1,1,1,1,1,0,1,1,1,1,......)

I would like to check if any elements of this array (we don't know the length of the array)
has a a value of 0.

How can I do it in Perl? Are there any Perl functions that does this?

Thanks,
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