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    I've made a script which read directory info and puts it in
    an array. The example content of the array is:

    8407 Bush - Letting The Cables Sleep - Guitar Tab.tab

    (inode number followed by filename)

    I want to create a new array containing two fields;
    an inode number field and a filename field.

    I did this by splitting the array on using " " (a space char)
    as a delimiter. Printing the inode number is easy but how do
    i print the filename in one piece (because it's now split in 9)?

    I tried things like print $arrayname[1-] and $arrayname[1*] but
    they return errors.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks in advance,
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    foreach $element (@array){$rest_array=$rest_array." ".$element}

    Havn't tired that (and am not sure what you really want). But that might work for what you want. %hash would have name=value of inode=the rest.

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