SPUG: Help!!!!

mike mike206 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 30 13:47:00 PDT 2005

that's the same as @$responce

$responce is an array reference and is treated like an array (dereferenced)
when you put @ in front of it.

so you can foreach(@$responce) if you want to.

you can access each element by doing $responce->[some_integer] instead of

i prefer using references 99% of the time

On 9/30/05, Luis Medrano Zaldivar <lmzaldivar at gmail.com> wrote:
>  Gang,
>  I'm modifying a script were has this variable @{$responce} and I need to
> pull all the data from there but I don't recall how to do it. I will
> appreciate if you can help me with this.
>  Thanks,
> Luis
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