Perl: added to an element


 
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Perl: added to an element

I'm trying to add a string to the end of each element in an array.

I have filled an array using grep:

Code:
for ($i = 0; $i <= $#array} - 1; $i++)
        {
            push (@data,qx(grep '$array[$i]' $file));
        }
}

Now i want to add something to the end of the array. For example if my array look like this:

Code:
@array = ( [abc,123], [def,456],[ghi,789])

I want to add to the end of each array. I.E. ZZZ. So the output would look like this.

Code:
@array = ( [abc,123,ZZZ], [def,456,ZZZ],[ghi,789,ZZZ])

Thanks in advance.
# 2  
Code:
for (@array){
   push (@{$_},"ZZZ");
}

# 3  
sorry, I think i had misrepresented my array.

The array looks like this:

Code:
@array = ( "abc,123", "def,456", "ghi,789" )

where abc,123 is the first element.

I would like my output to look like this:

Code:
@array = ( "abc,123,ZZZ", "def,456,ZZZ", "ghi,789,ZZZ" )

# 4  
Code:
skrynesaver@busybox~ ~$ perl -e '
my @array = ( "abc,123", "def,456", "ghi,789" );
use Data::Dumper;
print Dumper(\@array);'
$VAR1 = [
          'abc,123',
          'def,456',
          'ghi,789'
        ];
skrynesaver@busybox~ ~$ perl -e '
my @array = ( "abc,123", "def,456", "ghi,789" );
for (@array){
   $_.=",ZZZ";
}
use Data::Dumper;
print Dumper(\@array);'
$VAR1 = [
          'abc,123,ZZZ',
          'def,456,ZZZ',
          'ghi,789,ZZZ'
        ];
skrynesaver@busybox~ ~$ perl -e '
my @array = ( "abc,123", "def,456", "ghi,789" );
map {$_.=",ZZZ";}@array;
use Data::Dumper;
print Dumper(\@array);'
$VAR1 = [
          'abc,123,ZZZ',
          'def,456,ZZZ',
          'ghi,789,ZZZ'
        ];

 

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