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  1. Repeat "Hawks" three times
  2. Print the following statement: $ages[0] = 25
  3. How do you define array names ages and assign the values 25, 30, and 40 to it?
  4. Newline
  5. Bioinformatics
  6. Variable that holds n input values in subroutine
  7. Performance of interpreted languages vs. interpreted languages
  8. What is 5x3.2 equivalent to?
  9. Print command
  10. Tab
  11. Print contents of $i
  12. Assign string 'fred' to variable $i
  13. Uses of Perl
  14. Computational Biology
  15. Concatenate "Go " "Hawks"
  16. First line in perl code
  17. Interpreted languages
  18. Rules of evaluation
  19. Give an example of a variable name
  20. Last statement of subroutine
  21. Carriage return
  22. else if conditional statement
  23. Substitution syntax
  24. What is 5x5 equivalent to?
  25. Keyword for subroutine
  1. a \n
  2. b 55555
  3. c 1. Compiled to binary
    2. Not portable across architectures
  4. d $_[0,..,n]
  5. e sub
  6. f s/pattern/replacement string/
  7. g $i = "fred";
  8. h print "\$ages[0] = $ages[0]"
  9. i 555
  10. j elsif()
    {
    }
  11. k #!/usr/bin/perl
  12. l print " ";
  13. m \t
  14. n "Go "."Hawks";
  15. o return();
  16. p $i
  17. q Application of informatics to solve problems in biosciences; focused on interpreting data
  18. r @ages = (25, 30, 40);
  19. s "Hawks"x3;
  20. t 1. File I/O
    2. Pies and file redirection
  21. u 1. Right hand side of sign first
    2. Inner parentheses
    3. Expression evaluated left to right
    4. Value assigned to left-hand-side variable
  22. v Compiled are faster
  23. w \r
  24. x print "$i";
  25. y Development of mathematical models and simulations to the study of bioscience problems or biological systems