Using the backslash operator on arrays. : Array Reference « Array « Perl

Using the backslash operator on arrays.

$pointer = \@ARGV; 
printf "\n Pointer Address of ARGV = $pointer\n"; 
$i = scalar(@$pointer); 
printf "\n Number of arguments : $i \n"; 
$i = 0; 
foreach (@$pointer) { 
    printf "$i : $$pointer[$i++]; \n"; 


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