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Subject: Function to compare two arrays for "equallity"
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I'm getting bored of writing @x == @y and all { $x[$_] == $y[$_] } 0 .. $#x or @x == @y and all { $x[$_] eq $y[$_] } 0 .. $#x I propose a new pair of functions that Return true if the two arrays whose references are given are the same length, and contain the same {numbers,strings}. I don't have a good name but maybe equalnum \@x, \@y equalstr \@x, \@y We should check CPAN for existing precedent first and see if there's a good name we can reïmplement. As a bonus feature, allow more than two arrayrefs. -- Paul Evans


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