Remove all of the values from an array in Perl (undef)

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In this example, the @fruit array contains fruits.

my @fruit = qw(orange apple peach pear);

 

prrint @array; will print each piece of fruit.

orange apple peach pear

 

The undef operator can be used to remove all of the values from the array. Once undefined, the array will no longer contain any values.

undef @fruit;

 



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