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How to push values to an array in Perl

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Overview

We can use the Perl push() function to push values to the end of an array.

Syntax

push(Array, values)
Syntax of push() method in Perl

Parameters

Array: This is the array to which we want to push some values.

values: This is the value(s) we want to push to the array Array.

Return value

The value returned is the number of elements in the newly modified array.

Example

# create an array
@gnaam = ("Google","Netflix","Apple");
print "Before push: \@coins  = @gnaam\n";

# push values to the array
push(@gnaam, "Amazon", "Meta");
print "After push: \@gnaam = @gnaam\n"
Push Values to an Array in Perl

Explanation

  • Line 2: We create an array gnaam.
  • Line 3: We print its values before pushing some values to it with the push() method.
  • Line 6: We call the push() method to add elements to the array we created previously.
  • Line 7: We print the the newly modified array.

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