Not specifically an array function, but provides a convenient way to test whether an array element has a defined value.
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elt must specify an array element like $array[index] or expr->[index]. Deletes the specified elements from the array. With local, the deletion is local to the enclosing block. Returns aliases to the deleted values. Deleting the last elements of an array will shorten the array.
In list context, returns a two-element list consisting of the index and an alias to the value for the next element of the array. In scalar context, returns only the index. After all values have been returned, an empty list is returned. The next call to each after that will start iterating again. A call to keys or values will reset the iteration.
elt must specify an array element (see delete above). Checks whether the specified array element exists.
Evaluates expr or block for each element of the list, locally aliasing
$_ to the element. In list context, returns the list of elements from list for which expr or block returned true. In scalar context, returns the number of such elements.
Returns the string formed by inserting expr between all elements of list and concatenating the result.
In list context, returns a list of all the keys of the array. In scalar context, returns the number of elements.