The unshift function prepends LIST to the front of the array. : unshift « Array « Perl

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Perl » Array » unshift 
The unshift function prepends LIST to the front of the array.
    

#Format: unshift(ARRAY, LIST)

# Putting new elements at the front of a list
@names=("Tom""Bert""Tom";
unshift(@names, "Liz""Daniel");
print "@names\n";

   
    
    
    
  
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