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Try using something like the Perl module List::Util:

use strict;
use warnings;

use List::Util qw(sum);

use Data::Dumper;

my @list = (‘sample1′,’sample2′,’sample3′,’sample4’);

print ”

List::Util sum

my $total = sum @list;

print Dumper(\@list);

print ”
Total: $total

Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Hamza Zawawi/0.0.1; )

[[email protected] sum]
total: 12
$VAR1 = [


How to process selected component in full detail?

How do I process selected component in full detail?
Recently, I wanted to use context menu for right click, and almost got it right. However, the context menu only appears when I start right click, then I have to go to component selected first, and then right click. My concern is if the menu appears automatically when I start right click a component, then I don’t have to go through all the work.
Usually, when I right click, I select something, and then process it directly in full detail.
Is there anyway to make this thing happen?
Right now, I have to go to the selected component and then select “Add Inputs/Outputs/Connectors” in full detail. All that extra work makes it not user-friendly enough. I also do not know if there is an event when I am right clicking a component.


As we discussed in a comment, this is not possible. The main reason being that a component may actually have no inputs, no outputs, or no connections in it. This is actually very common, especially for non-vital components.
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Monday, 13 May 2013

This is my complete description on the SkyQ TV from PostFinance, including all of the original specs. Yes this is one of the “self-exploring” newspapers like the Donald or Huffington Post (depending on whose blog you visit). No, I don’t write the news in this blog. I write reviews on all the best gadgets and electronics. The whole concept is to be as informative as possible. Let me explain the whole idea. If you don’t understand something, ask me (Bruce) and I’ll try and explain why that’s the case. If you do understand something, you probably won’t need to. I think that’s how any intelligent person is meant to operate – they don’t ask a load of stupid questions and then get annoyed at the answers. So maybe you should bookmark this and get back to it after you’ve finished reading my reviews. However, I find if I answer questions, then they won’t be asked again. And that’s a good thing. 🙂 Anyway let’s get started…

Firstly, here’s the whole reason why I’m taking on this project.

The SkyQ Trio is a digital set-top box from PostFinance (formerly KPN) and I had the privilege of examining one in the PostFinance offices not too long ago. So I thought that maybe I could describe its functionality and how the functionality works in as much detail as possible.

Furthermore, there are some “self-exploring” newspapers like the Donald or Huffington Post (depending on whose blog you visit).

The SkyQ TV received a 5 star review in The Guardian in February of this year. So obviously it’s a fantastic gadget and worthy of being marketed and sold to even more people.

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