On 10/29/07, Tom Phoenix <tom@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> An array is the kind of variable which holds
> a list; a list is the kind of data which is stored in an array. You
> can use the list contained in an array, and you can store a list into
> an array. But the array is the container, and the list is the
I do agree with this statement,thanks Tom.
may I ask an OT question, I think perl's list is the same as python's
tuple.Both have the same characteristics but tuple is a real variable.