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         Felines Wild:     more detail
  1. CLAN OF THE WILD CATS A Celebration of Felines in Word and Image by D.; Ed. Landau, 1996
  2. An introduction to responsible private captive husbandry of wild felines by Dawn L Simas, 1998
  3. Draw 50 Cats: The Step-by-Step Way to Draw Domestic Breeds, Wild Cats, Cuddly Kittens, and Famous Felines by Lee J. Ames, 1986-09-01
  4. Big Cats: Discover the World's Most Fascinating Felines (Animals of the World) by Francis Hurst, Caroline Curtis, et all 2008
  5. Rosik (Feline Predators of Ganz) by Lil Gibson, 2010-03-12
  6. Wild About Cats: Living with Arabia's Endangered Felines by Marijcke Jongbloed, 1998-11
  7. Saving the Big Cats: The Exotic Feline Rescue Center (Quarry Books) by Stephen D. McCloud, 2006-02-21
  8. Bird Watching for Cats: An Entertainment Guide for Indoor Felines by Kit Harrison, George H. Harrison, 1998-09
  9. Feline Fashion and Care: The Cat Lovers Ultimate Guide to Pleasing the Stylish Cat by, 2010-03-28

1. Example Reference Script Clippings
Pet species is felines_wild Pet breed is Panther. Pet breed is Bobcat. Pet breed is Lynx. Pet breed is Lion. Pet breed is Leopard.
Example Reference Script Clippings
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I'm including below a number of script clippings i used to test various examples from readings on references. Several are based on an exercise in Recipe 4.5 in the Perl Cookbook. you can also view the entire script described in sections below.
Some Variations on Notation
Which returns: One would be dog. Two would be dogs. Here's an example of two variations of array notation: Both return: Return to top
Using a Reference with Hash of Arrays
Here's a script based on the Perl Cookbook example. This should return memory addresses, i.e., the refs themselves, and the type of data it points to (ARRAY), because we are actually working with a hash of references to anonymous arrays: Which returns: Key: canines Value: ARRAY(0x4ec3f64) Key: felines Value: ARRAY(0x4ec3f34) Note: You can create a reference to an array by simply using the following syntax: Resources on Perl References page for more information.)

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