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Create array, go over elements

Note! This site is about Perl 6.
If you are looking for a solution for the current production version of Perl 5, please check out the Perl 5 tutorial.

Arrays start with am at mark @ and the name of the array. You can assign a list of values to the array.

Printing the array as is, shows them with no space between them. One can also put the arry within a string (interpolating) but then it needs to be enclosed in {} curly braces. This will print spaces between the values.

The for loop lets you iterate through the values of the array.

As you can see the parentheses () around the list values are optional.

tutorial/arrays/list_colors_array.p6

#!/usr/bin/env perl6
use v6;

my @colors = "Blue", "Yellow", "Brown", "White";
say @colors;

say "--------------------------------";              # just for separation...

say "@colors";                                       # no interpolation!

say "--------------------------------";              # just for separation...

say "{@colors}";

say "--------------------------------";              # just for separation...

say "@colors[]";

say "--------------------------------";              # just for separation...

for @colors -> $color {
    say $color;
}

Output:

BlueYellowBrownWhite
--------------------------------
Blue Yellow Brown White
--------------------------------
Blue
Yellow
Brown
White


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Written by Gabor Szabo

Published on 2012-01-01


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