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I am pretty new to perl, and i have just begun writing a small sudoku solver.
I am wondering if there is a function which allows you so combine two variables and use them as the name for an other variable.
$i,$n="whatever the variable should contain";
The $i,$n= are supposed to be 5512. Is there any way to do such a thing? Or is there a way to get 3 dimensional matrices or other arrays with more than one dimension? If there are such things, what do they look like??